The MiAwards have been going for three years, and showcase the very best in marketing, media and communications agencies, teams and individuals across the whole of the UK. At the MiAwards 2011 we came away with an impressive haul:
- Digital Agency of the Year
- Best Mobile Campaign
- Best Midlands Marketing Business
- Grand Prix overall winner
Our MD Suzanne Linton was also nominated for The Individual of the Year award in 2012. Although she didn’t get the gong, the nomination put us in a shortlist with some pretty esteemed company, and as always it’s nice to get noticed and acknowledged by your peers.
This year we were also delighted to be one of only 104 UK businesses to be awarded a two-star status in the Best Companies to work for list. The 2012 Top 100 Best Companies to work for is wholly made up of two- and three-star companies, with the rating judged across a range of topics and a companywide survey.
We’re involved with a number of outstanding organisations across the UK, and we’ve achieved great rankings in some high profile lists.
- The Drum Digital 100
We’re ranked 22nd in the top design and build agency category in The Drum Digital 100, the UK’s leading league table of digital marketing and communications agencies.
- Microsoft Development Partner
Being a Microsoft Development Partner means that Microsoft recognises the skills we have in-house to develop programme applications using Microsoft platform technologies. It means we have more licences to invest in developing applications such as CMS systems, meaning we can continually improve our technical service offering.
- DAM Foundation
We’re a charter member of the DAM Foundation, a not-for-profit body aimed at promoting Digital Asset Management as a business discipline. This means we’re amongst the Who’s Who of Digital Asset Management.
- Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust (DKHLT)
We work in partnership with the DKHLT to help medal-winning and record-breaking Olympians and Paralympians create digital and social media strategies.
- The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA)
Our MD, Suzanne Linton, is the Midlands Regional Advisor for BIMA, which supports and promotes the British digital industry, shares knowledge and best practice, and rewards and encourages the next generation of digital professionals.