Herald Digital Award Winners Announced

Digital Tech Awards 2018

The winners of The Herald’s Scottish Digital Business Awards 2017 were announced last night at a glittering and star-studded ceremony in Glasgow’s glamorous west end.

More than 250 of the country’s business leaders and digital pioneers attended The Herald’s Scottish Digital Business Awards ceremony, hosted by David Farrell, to hear which companies had scooped the prestigious trophies.

The 2017 competition received an ‘astonishing number of entries,’ while the judges heaped praise upon the impact Scotland’s digital agencies are making internationally.

Glasgow-based developer Screenmedia won the Digital Agency Award, thanks to its international reach, business development and investment in staff and young entrepreneurs.

David Mains, director of Enigma People Solutions, which sponsored the category – and the awards, said: “After another excellent event, we would like to say thank you to all finalists and winners who took part and showcased their achievements over this year. We continue to support these awards precisely because we understand the importance of recognising and rewarding the businesses which give so much to our industry.”

The winning companies are:

Business to Business AwardEncompass Corporation

E-Commerce AwardWholesale Domestic

Charity and Social Enterprise AwardSimon Community Scotland

Public Sector AwardAyrshire College

Best Mobile Application AwardxDesign & Whitespace

Consumer Engagement AwardLUX – The Food & Drink Agency

Education & Training AwardFront Page – Disney Stars

Student AwardPocked Sized Hands

Best Use of Social Media AwardDYW Glasgow

Digital Professional of the Year Award – John McLeishEquator

Digital Agency Award – Screenmedia

 



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