Entry for the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards is set to close in one month.
Applications have been flooding in for CDA15 which was launched earlier this year to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and charities from across the county.
With a range of categories and an entry system which takes less than two minutes to complete, CDA has already built-up an outstanding following.
Andy Pritchard from Premio64, the organisation behind the awards revealed he is “absolutely thrilled” by the response so far.
He added: “Cambridgeshire has adopted the Digital Awards in a massive way, we have received a very large number of entries.
“But, there is still a month left to make entries, so, if you haven’t yet got involved do so now.
“It’s free to enter, takes less than a couple of minutes and finalists and winners will feature in the Cambridge News and achieve fantastic recognition in many other ways through the CDA, so there is much to aim for.”
The CDA is backed by media partners the Cambridge News.
He added: “Consider how winning a CDA will impress your customers and give your team a huge boost.”
The categories include “Website”, “Responsive Website”, “Blog”, “Use of Social Media for Business”, “Use of Video for Business” and “School, Education or Charity Website”.
Gold, silver and bronze awards will be presented at the Winners’ Evening in November, 2015.
For full, details visit the “About” section of this website.
Enter now for free www.cambsdigiawards.co.uk