Following the second annual Cambridgeshire Digital Awards on 24 November, we spoke to Sue Keogh, founder of Cambridge-based digital agency Sookio, who won Gold for ‘Website: Marketing & Creative’.
Could you tell us a little about your organisation?
Sookio is a digital agency in central Cambridge specialising in content – things like copywriting, video production, design and social media. We do consultancy and training too, for people who want to improve their communications from within.
What made you get involved in the CDAs?
We do good work, and want to get recognised for it!
What does winning gold at the CDAs mean to your organisation?
We care about our work and we care about our clients, so it’s good to get industry recognition like this.
Where will you be putting your award?
It’s currently balanced on some books until we find time to put it up next to last year’s silvers! Just busy busy at the moment…
What was your most memorable moment from the CDA presentation evening?
I’m worried about Say Sally May falling off the stage and breaking her leg to be honest.
What’s the best thing about the Cambridgeshire business community?
I’ll sum it up in five adjectives: Supportive, intelligent, fun, cutting edge, driven.