Yorkshire Agency Highlights Success of Tech in the North With Victorious Double Award Win
Enjoy Digital, picked up 2 headlining awards in last night’s Northern Dev Awards, beating stiff competition, whilst putting Yorkshire firmly on the digital landscape for large scale technical development projects in the north for a cluster of national brands.
Winning 2 awards; Retail/e-commerce Website of the Year and B2C Website of the Year, following national success in the development and implementation of digital marketing strategies for client Valspar; paint manufacturers who have been vibrantly colouring the world since 1806, the Leeds based agency celebrated their win at the inaugural awards ceremony, which took place yesterday evening at Manchester Hall.
As a Yorkshire agency flying the flag for careers in tech and digital innovation in the North, this award win pays testimony to the companies ethos to create innovative digital strategies to enable clients become more competitive, profitable and efficient. Housing an integrated team of specialists, thinkers, makers and doers, Enjoy Digital is driven with a passion for excellence, commitment to innovation and the motivation to provoke positive digital change.
Technology Director, Andy Hey, commented: “We are extremely proud to have won both of these awards, not just as an agency success, but individually for each of our team members, who are all responsible for the success of these projects. We are incredibly passionate about delivering tangible results for all of our clients and take great pride in investing and developing our team. We always challenge the team to be brave and innovate with clients and these accolades pay great testament to that.”
“We feel very honoured to be amongst other northern agencies who share the combined goal of growing Digital and Tech in the North, and driving business growth and success, as a result.”
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