With just two weeks left to enter The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards, businesses of all sizes are being urged to showcase how they and their clients have benefited from digital marketing.
Organised by The Herald in association with DigitalBoost and supported by Business Gateway, Enigma People Solutions, Wheatley Group, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, SQA and FanDuel, this year’s awards have twelve categories, highlighting success stories in social media, consumer engagement, within the public sector and through mobile application.
The e-commerce award is supported by Business Gateway. Hugh Lightbody, chief officer for the Business Gateway National Unit said: “The positive impact of e-commerce continues apace generating new commercial opportunities for all Scottish businesses. With physical location becoming less of a barrier for companies and customers alike there are more growth opportunities for our SME community through the effective adoption of e-commerce and its various platforms. Business Gateway works across all corners of the country and supports thousands of SMEs so we are delighted to be sponsoring the E-Commerce award for the second year.”
Last year’s winners, Storm ID commented on what it meant to them to be crowned Digital Agency of the Year at the awards last October, in Glasgow.
Paul McGinness, director, Storm ID, said: “It was a real honour winning best digital agency last year. As a high profile award it offered great PR for Storm over the last year. We look forward to attending the awards again this year as it’s always a good night”.