Leader of the Pack: Man Bites Dog’s Claire Mason Wins Best Female Leader in Marketing

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Claire Mason, founder and managing director of B2B communications consultancy Man Bites Dog, has been named the Best Female Leader in Marketing at the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Women in Marketing Awards.

Mason was presented with the prestigious award by CIM judges in recognition of her exceptional efforts in building an award-winning team, Man Bites Dog’s outstanding client campaigns and her exemplary work in the industry. Judges described Claire as “a true entrepreneur”.

Notable achievements in the last year include winning PR Week’s Best Place to Work award for the fifth consecutive year, outstanding client satisfaction and continuing to inspire others around her – including clients and staff.

Mason says: “I’m so honoured to have won Best Female Leader in Marketing and to be in the company of such inspiring women. This award means a huge amount to me personally, as a celebration of the incredible female talent in the marketing industry.

“I’m incredibly proud to be the leader of the amazing Man Bites Dog pack and inspired every day by the fantastic women and men in the team.”


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