MMA teams up with Manchester Law Society

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15 April 2013


Manchester’s full service digital agency, mmadigital (MMA) is working with Manchester Law Society and has this week released its first video of the hugely successful Manchester Legal Awards 2013.

The video is available to view here and was commissioned by Fran Eccles-Beth, executive director of Manchester Law Society. She explains: “We required a video production team to film our Manchester Legal Awards 2013 and are so happy that we chose mmadigital.  It was a really busy night for us and we were so grateful to the mmadigital team for simply getting on with everything!

“It made a big difference to us knowing that the video was in the hands of professionals.  It meant we could get on with everything that we needed to and not worry.”

Since its creation two years, mmadigital has quickly become recognised as a leading legal marketing specialist. In particular, it has experienced a surge in demand from personal injury law firms looking for new ways to market their services as a result of the recent ban on referral fees.

Dez Derry is CEO of mmadigital, he says: “Being closely involved with the premier event on Manchester’s legal calendar was a real honour for mmadigital. It is also a testament to how quickly we’ve grown and become known by law firms, particularly in Manchester which has the most active legal community outside of London.”



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