Entry for the Kent Digital Awards is set to close in one month.
Applications have been pouring in for the KDAs which was launched in 2014 to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and charities from across the county.
With ten categories and an entry system which takes less than two minutes to complete, the KDAs has built-up an outstanding following since launching last year.
Andy Pritchard from Premio64, the organisation behind the awards revealed he is “tremendously excited” by the volume of entries.
He added: “The people of Kent seem to have really taken the Awards, the reaction has been breathtaking.
“However, if you haven’t yet got involved there is still a month left to make an entry, which is free to do and takes less than two minutes.
“I think it is, perhaps, it is the quality of publicity and coverage to be had for winners and finalists through our media partner, the Kent & Sussex Courier and many other Kent newspapers, as well as the overall recognition that is making the difference.”
The KDAs is backed by media partners the Kent & Sussex Courier,Canterbury Times, Isle of Thanet Gazette, Folkestone Herald, Dover Express, Sevenoaks Chronicle and Maidstone and Medway News.
He added: “Consider how walking away with a KDA will improve your public relations and give your staff a big boost.”
There are ten categories including “Website”, “Responsive Website”, “Blog”, “Use of Social Media for Business”, “Use of Video for Business”, “Online Marketing Campaign”, “School, Education or Charity Website”, “Small Business Website”, “Online Business” and “Mobile App”.
Gold, silver and bronze awards will be presented at the Winners’ Evening at Village Urban Resort, Maidstone, on June 18, 2015.
Enter now for free www.kentdigiawards.co.uk