Written by

Sam Thomas

April 21, 2022



Travel Chapter wins at the UK Paid Media Awards 2022

We’re delighted to announce that our Digital Media team has been voted the best In-House Paid Media Team of the Year at the 2022 UK Paid Media Awards!

The team, composed of Dan Elston (Head of Digital Media), Laura Sherborne (Digital Media Manager), Rory Lees (Digital Media Executive), Simon Lockyer (Social Media Manager), and Daniella Cummings (Social Media Executive), helps drive quality traffic to our websites using digital ads across platforms such as Google, Bing, Facebook and Instagram. The team works closely with the wider Marketing department, including SEO, CRM and Studio teams, as well as the Performance & Data team, to help achieve results and maximise bookings for our property owners.

Digital Media team scoop award

The UK Paid Media Awards recognise, celebrate and reward the contribution that paid media makes to shaping the future of advertising sales and media planning, and to the overall success and profits of businesses.

The awards were judged by a panel of industry leaders and experts, whilst the criteria for the In-House Paid Media Team of the Year Award was for the team to be, “brilliant at paid media and show the world you are the best in-house,” - so we are absolutely delighted to come away with the win!

Matt Brayley, Marketing Director at Travel Chapter, said: “Our digital media team have worked tirelessly over the past 12 months and it’s a testament to their hard work and dedication to be recognised with this award win.

“A huge thank you to everyone involved in the team for all they’ve done and the results they’ve helped us achieve across our digital media channels. We look forward to seeing what the next year brings!”

Also at the awards, Canine Critics - our dog-friendly brand Canine Cottage’s campaign to find 10 dogs to ‘work for us’ - was shortlisted for the Paid Social Campaign of the Year, a category which was won by s360 & Camille Brinch Jewellery - huge congratulations to them!

Photos by Simon Callaghan.