ON October 19 The Herald will be celebrating the wealth of talent in Scotlandby clients, agencies and organisations who have successfully utilised the power of online advertising and technology to grow their business.
The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards 2017 in association with DigitalBoost and supported by Business Gateway, Enigma People Solutions, SQA, Prudential, RMD & s1jobs have partnered to host a glittering awards ceremony at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow.
Hugh Lightbody, chief officer of Business Gateway National Unit said: “We know, through the successful delivery of the DigitalBoost programme, that businesses across Scotland are embracing digital skills and technologies resulting in a positive impact to their business.
“The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards brings together many of Scotland’s top digital talent and provides an opportunity to recognise the importance of the sector. It also allows us to celebrate their innovation, their skills, and recognise their achievements. We wish all of the finalist’s good luck.”
David Mains, director, Enigma People Solutions said: “The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards is one event we always look forward to and this year is no different. Having supported these awards for eight years now, it’s been amazing to see their growth and the importance they play within the Scottish technology sector. We can’t wait to celebrate with all of our finalists and winners on the night – all should be very proud of their achievements.”
Martyn Ware, head of assessment futures at SQA said: “SQA is delighted to sponsor the Education and Training Award. I look forward to recognising the innovative ways that the finalists have used e-learning, to enhance education and training, at the ceremony next month.”
Daniel Sedgwick, head of digital proposition development, Prudential said: ‘We are very much looking forward to attending this year’s Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards and getting the opportunity to meet up with some of our industry’s top Digital professionals’.
Gavin Maxwell, managing director, RMD, said: “We are excited to be part of the ninth annual Scottish Digital Business Awards and to sponsor & present the Public Sector Award at this year’s ceremony. We are looking forward to celebrating the digital success of all involved organisations and toasting to this year’s finalists and winners.”
With the date set and Scotland’s digital industries mix of creativity, forward thinking and technical excellence gathering in October, we want you to join them.
To book your table, please contact Heather Steven on 0141 302 6018 or visit www.newsquestscotlandevents.com/events/digibiz/