CAMBRIDGESHIRE: CDA17 Finalists Announced

The finalists of the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2017 have been unveiled, ahead of an historic finale to the competition.

With the backing of headline sponsor Nimbus Hosting, winners of the CDAs will – for the first time in Digital Awards history – be announced entirely online.

In a break from tradition organisers have decided to crown the winners of Gold, Silver and Bronze Digital Awards in 11 categories via social media, rather than laying on a presentation soiree.

The winners of CDA17 will be chosen by the Digital Awards independent judging panel and revealed via Twitter on November 1.

The CDAs are supported by Department for International Trade, Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership, Connecting Cambridgeshire, South Cambridgeshire District Council, Cambridge Network and Opportunity Peterborough.


BLOG

Charlotte’s Compass by Sookio
LK Social Media
Newt Labs
Sally Morgan-Moore
She’s A Gentry
Sookio
That Marketing Punk

ONLINE RETAILER

AmaElla Ethical Lingerie by Newt Labs
B2b Cards by Webigi Digital Systems
Custom Converse
Maravilo by BAO
The Mobility Aids Centre by Brave Agency
Vaara by BAO

USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR BUSINESS

Ace by Mobas
LK Social Media
Sega’s Football Manager World Cup Final by EventStreaming.tv
Simply Good Food TV by The Food Marketing Expert
St Catharine’s College
Vet Times by Veterinary Business Development
Vindis Motor Group by Mobas

USE OF VIDEO FOR BUSINESS

Charlotte Peters
Domino Printing Sciences Ax-Series Product Launch by Somersault
HeadStart Clinics
L8 Datanet Ltd
Sally Morgan-Moore
Simply Good Food TV
WaveFX

WEBSITE

Birketts LLP by Crafted
CareRooms by BAO
Cofinitive
Minos Creative
The Stradivari Trust by 2idesign
Transversal by Mobas
Vaara by BAO

WEBSITE: B2B

ARC – Cambridge by Cofinitive
Cofinitive
Priden Engineering by Brave Agency
RecruitMint by Brave Agency
St John’s Innovation Park by 2idesign
Transversal by Mobas
Xion Water Solutions by Geek Design

WEBSITE: LIFESTYLE & CULTURE

AmaElla Ethical Lingerie by Newt Labs
HeadStart Clinics
Ruby’s Rambles by Minos Creative
Sally Morgan-Moore
The Stradivari Trust by 2idesign
Vaara by BAO
Walk In Our Shoes by Hello Lovely

WEBSITE: MARKETING & CREATIVE

2idesign
Brave Agency
Cofinitive
FWA
Maravilo by BAO
Minos Creative
NetXtra by Mobas

WEBSITE: SCHOOL, EDUCATION OR CHARITY

Greener Growth by Cofinitive
iMET by The Hideout
Injured Jockeys Fund by Webigi Digital Systems
Jesus College University of Cambridge by Contra Agency
Parkside Federation Academies by 2idesign
Peterborough Association for the Blind by Brave Agency
St Neots Museum by Mobius

WEBSITE: SMALL BUSINESS

2idesign
Active Life by Webigi Digital Systems
Custom Converse
FABPulous by 2idesign
FWA
Krishna Solanki Designs
Ruby’s Rambles by Minos Creative

WEBSITE: SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Active Life by Webigi Digital Systems
Comberton Sports and Arts by Minos Creative
GirlRunningLate
Langley Park Rally School by Minos Creative
Lucy Gossage – Professional Triathlete by 2idesign

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: CDA16 – What a Line-up!

Excitement soars towards fever pitch as the big night draws closer…the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016 is now just one day away.

But who will be take their rightful places on top of the podium?

Which companies will be able to tell their customers that they have picked up one of Cambridgeshire’s most exciting new awards?

The envelopes are sealed and all will be revealed.

Apart from a record number of entries into CDA16 representing a broad range of industry sectors, we are are also very proud to have the received support of many of the most influential organisations across the county.

Our Headline Sponsor for CDA16 is Nimbus Hosting one of the south-east’s leading web hosting companies.

Also onboard for the second year running are Connecting Cambridgeshire, Cambridge News and Greater Cambridge/Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership.

And for the first time this year we also welcome the backing of the Department for International Trade, Opportunity Peterborough and South Cambridgeshire District Council.

Tomorrow evening is going to be big and we are delighted to be teaming with Capricorn Media and Clare Reeves Voiceovers, both of whom will play their parts in making it a night to remember.

So, before we all get caught up in the hysteria of tomorrow night’s Cambridgeshire Digital Awards, we wanted to take a moment to offer our thanks to all of these organisations for their fabulous support over the past few months.

See you all tomorrow,

The CDA Team

 

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: CDA16 Finalists Announced

The finalists of the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016 have been announced and the Presentation Evening tickets are now available.

The remaining contenders in each of the categories are now in with a chance of clinching Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes at the winners’ ceremony on November 24 at the Cambridge Belfry, in Cambourne.

Tickets are on sale now and are expected to go quickly following a record high number of entries for CDA16.

This year’s event will be a “major opportunity” for businesses, charities and school with entertainment and networking lined up alongside the award ceremony.

Robin Bailey, chair of the CDA16 Judging Panel and host of the event said: “The quantity and standard of entries for CDA16 has gone through the roof and the panel has a major task ahead in deciding upon the Gold, Silver and Bronze winners in each category.

“One thing is abundantly clear, Cambridgeshire has got talent.”

The Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016 Presentation Evening will include an arrival drink, two-course meal and a complimentary third of a bottle of wine person.

The event will be hosted by the former BBC presenter Robin Bailey.

Tickets are priced at £59.95 + VAT with a special 10% discount on tables for ten. To purchase tickets click here.

The headline sponsor of the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016 is Nimbus Hosting and the Awards are being supported by Connecting Cambridgeshire, Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership, Opportunity Peterborough, South Cambridgeshire District Council, the Department for International Trade, Capricorn Media and Cambridge News.

The CDAs are the first and only scheme within the county to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, schools and charities.

 


Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016 – The Finalists

BLOG: BUSINESS
Aston Shaw by Hype Marketing
Burwell IT
Claireabellemakes
Domino Printing by OST Marketing
IT Governance
PEM
Zoetis by OST Marketing

BLOG: ENTERTAINMENT
Art of Glamour
Girl Running Late
Go Play Listen
It’s All Indie
Jessica In Your Ear
Musings & More
Say Sally May

MOBILE APP
Aston Shaw by Hype Marketing
Humanitarian Hands on Tool (HHOT) by CBM / Studio 24 Partnership
L8 Datanet
Pocket Sergeant
Simply Good Food TV by Tell Me First

ONLINE RETAILER
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
Barhams & Sons by Webigi Digital Systems
Cambridge Saxophone
GrippaTank
Kiss Air Candles
Vaara by BAO Agency

RESPONSIVE WEBSITE
Alpima by Onespacemedia
Aston Shaw by Hype Marketing
BAO Agency
Bear Grylls Survival Race by Creative Code
Dear World… Yours, Cambridge’ by University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations
MW Luxury Packaging by Onespacemedia
Peterborough City Council by i3Media

USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA FOR BUSINESS
Afternoon Tease
Bridges Cafe
Cambridge BID
Dream by OST Marketing
Hartley’s Jelly by OST Marketing
Simply Good Food TV by The Food Marketing Expert
University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations

USE OF VIDEO FOR BUSINESS
CMR Recruitment Video by WaveFX
Creative Content Company
Ieso Digital Health by OST Marketing
Imagen EVP
Last Empire War Z by Ampisound
Motown The Musical by EventStreaming.tv
PEM

WEBSITE
Alzheimer’s Research UK
BAO Agency
Bear Grylls Survival Race by Creative Code
East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) by Studio 24 Partnership
Lucy Cavendish College by Chameleon Studios
Stanton Shallcross
The Cult & Classic by BAO Agency

WEBSITE: B2B
Aston Shaw by Hype Marketing
Emma Read, Freelance Virtual Assistant
Geek Designs
JT Cranes by Stanton Shallcross
Office Genie by Genie Ventures
Streets Chartered Accountants by Onespacemedia
Tayabali & White

WEBSITE: LIFESTYLE & CULTURE
Britten Sinfonia
Cambridge Food Collective
Cambridge Sports Massage
Greater Peterborough Network by Echo Web Solutions
Richard Designs by Chameleon Studios
Say Sally May
Vaara by BAO Agency

WEBSITE: MARKETING & CREATIVE
BAO Agency
Gather Creative
Infiniti Graphics
Krishna Solanki Designs
Prescription PR
Sookio
Stanton Shallcross

WEBSITE: SCHOOL, EDUCATION OR CHARITY
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Dear World… Yours, Cambridge’ by University of Cambridge Development and Alumni Relations
East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) / Studio 24 Partnership
Headstart Day Nursery by Catfish Web Design
Heritage School by TORA
Long Road Sixth Form College by Chameleon Studios
The Perse School by Chameleon Studios

WEBSITE: SMALL BUSINESS
Barhams & Sons by Webigi Digital Systems
Cambridge Food Collective
Custom Converse
Holy Schnitzels by Janet Dobson Design
JT Cranes by Stanton Shallcross
Ockham Healthcare
The Cult & Classic by BAO Agency

WEBSITE: SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Bear Grylls Survival Race by Creative Code
Earith Lakes BootCamps
Gymkit UK by Echo Web Solutions
Hereward Sports & Leisure by Echo Web Solutions
Loved By Laura
World Finals

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: Nimbus Hosting Headlines CDA16

A leading IT company that specialises in providing web hosting services to the digital agencies and ecommerce sites has joined forces with the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards.

Nimbus Hosting has signed up as Headline Sponsor of CDA16 just weeks after taking the same position at the Hertfordshire Digital Awards.

The move underlines the firm’s commitment to supporting the digital sector and encouraging more businesses to improve their websites’ infrastructure.

One of the company’s missions is to allow digital professionals to focus on core projects rather than dealing with “hosting headaches” and the, often, complex details of IT.

Hosting services form the backbone of the internet as we know it, from simple HTML files to databases, all that data needs somewhere safe to call home.

While the cost is important, reliability is invariably the key factor for web designers and developers when choosing a host.

Nimbus ticks both boxes.

The company prides itself on offering a “personal and competitive service” in cloud hosting, dedicated servers and third party applications such as Magento, WordPress and XenForo.

To celebrate their connection with CDA16, Nimbus is offering a special promotion just for entrants of the scheme, which is the first and only awards in Cambridgeshire dedicated to celebrating the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county.

Meghan, Account & Marketing Assistant at Nimbus Hosting, revealed that her team is “very proud” to be involved with the second CDAs and offer two exclusive deals as a result.

“We are delighted to be Headline Sponsor of the CDAs, a scheme that celebrates the digital work of some fantastic businesses and organisations across a county that is renowned for its innovation.

“To mark this exciting moment we are offering all entrants of CDA16 a free migration to cloud hosting, meaning we’ll move all your sites over for you and there’s no upper limit on the number of sites we migrate for you.

“In addition, we’ll also offer you the first month free on any VPS (Virtual Private Server) or cloud based hosting packages and this is all covered by our six month guarantee.

“This is just our way of thanking all of the Cambridgeshire businesses, charities and schools who have made huge efforts through their digital platforms and we look forward to getting to know many of you at the Awards.”

As Headline Sponsor, Nimbus Hosting will enjoy a range of benefits including the opportunity to present the flagship “Website” award at the CDA16 Presentation Evening in November.

Meghan added: “Nimbus Hosting is a dynamic UK based company which specialises in working with the creative industries.

“We offer a personal and competitive service for all our clients and we pride ourselves on being recognised for our high levels of customer satisfaction and service.

“Nimbus specialises in cloud hosting and dedicated servers, and our range of hosting packages suit businesses of all sizes. We’ve been supporting a range of digital agencies large and small for several years.

“We love working with developers and digital agencies, who want to get on with their projects rather than dealing with hosting headaches.”

Robin Bailey, Chairman of the CDA Judging Panel, said: “We are delighted to have expanded our relationship with Nimbus Hosting into the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards.

“They are a fantastic team to work with and a highly credible organisation.

“If you have entered CDA16 I would strongly recommend getting in touch with Nimbus Hosting to take advantage of these great offers, you’ll be amazed by the quality of their services.”

For more information about Nimbus Hosting Click

To get in touch with Nimbus Hosting about the CDA16 promotion email: [email protected]

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: 1 Month Left To Enter CDA16

There is just one month left to enter the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016.

Submissions for CDA16 – the first and only scheme to recognise the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county – will close on September 23 at 5pm.

New categories have been included for this year including “Website B2B” and “Blog: Entertainment”.

The complete list of open categories for entry is:-

Website
Responsive Website
Mobile App
Website: School, Education or Charity
Website: Lifestyle & Culture
Website: Marketing & Creative
Website: Sports & Entertainment
Website: Tourism & Hospitality
Use of Social Media for Business
Use of Video for Business
Website: B2B
Online Retailer
Website: Small Business
Blog: Business
Blog: Entertainment

The CDA16 Presentation Evening will take place at The Belfry hotel, Cambourne on November 24.

CDA16 is supported by Cambridge News, Connecting Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire County Council, the Greater Cambridge & Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership, Department for International Trade and Capricorn Media.

Entry is free and can be made on this website.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: CDA16 Entry Now Open

Entry has opened for the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2016, celebrated by the launch of a brand new category.

CDA16 – the first and only scheme of its kind within the county – is now in its second year, following its staggering success since setting up in 2014.

And for the first time Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards will be presented for a “Website: B2B” category at the Presentation Evening in November.

The new website classification – for companies thriving in the business-to-business sector – will take its place alongside 15 other categories in a new look line-up.

There are now a total of nine website categories as well as “Use of Video for Business”, “Use of Social Media for Business”, “Mobile App” and “Spirit of Cambridgeshire”.

CDA16 will also see the return of the immensely popular “Blog” awards for “Entertainment” and “Business”.

The “Online Business” category has been renamed “Online Retailer” to offer greater clarity to entrants.

An independent judging panel, made up of digital experts, the media, sponsors and executives from a number of internationally recognised businesses including Sky Sports will decide the winners.

The Cambridgeshire Digital Awards was set-up to promote and recognise the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county.

Robin Bailey, Chair of the CDA Judging Panel revealed that a “huge” number of entries are expected for CDA16, following the success last year.

He added: “Businesses, schools and charities across Cambridgeshire submitted an extremely high quality of entries last year, it was breathtaking and the bar is set high.

“But I have no doubt in my mind that competition for the CDAs is going to be even greater this year and we cannot wait to see the results.

“Cambridgeshire is renowned for being a hotbed of digital talent and these Awards are there to celebrate the best the county has offer, it’s going to be very exciting in the months ahead.

“It is proven, through the popularity of the Awards and our partnership with the Cambridgeshire News, that winning a Cambridgeshire Digital Award is a sought after accolade and we urge everyone to find our website and make an entry.”

Cambridge News, as media partner, will be giving rolling press coverage for the scheme.

Connecting Cambridgeshire and Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership “Key Supporters” for the scheme once again.

Sponsors of the scheme include Capricorn Media.

Entry is free and takes less than two minutes to complete.

The presentation evening will take place in November 2016.

The closing date for entries is September 23, 2016.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: Cambridge News Celebrates CDA2015!

Media Partner of the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards, the Cambridge News, has unveiled coverage of the scheme in its newspaper and online this week.

The award-winning media firm published an article on its website on November 25, followed by in-paper   coverage the same day.

The articles covered the CDA2015 Presentation Evening which took place at Burgess Hall, St Ives, on November 19.

To see the online coverage click here http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Inaugural-Cambridgeshire-Digital-Awards-celebrate/story-28234504-detail/story.html

Headline Sponsor of CDA2015 was SuitRecruit, Associate Sponsor was Lexus Cambridge. Key Supporters were Connecting Cambridgeshire and Greater Cambridge & Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership. Media Partner was Cambridge News and the sponsors were Capricorn Media, Noise PR and designsixtyfour.com

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: CDA2015 – Winners Announced!

THE cream of the county’s digital talent assembled for the first Cambridgeshire Digital Awards, which was declared an “astounding success”.

Prizes across a range of categories were presented to businesses, schools and charities from across Cambridgeshire for their online achievements.

It is the first time an awards scheme within the county has exclusively been dedicated to online work.

Hosting the event was former BBC journalist Robin Bailey who presented Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes with the help of special guests including Dan Woolley from main sponsor SuitRecruit, Head of Digital at Cambridge News, Darren Smith, Noelle Godfrey of Connecting Cambridgeshire, Laura Welham-Halstead from Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership and Andrew Gore from Associate Sponsor Lexus Cambridge.

Web design and digital marketing agency Onespacemedia, based in Cambridge, scooped Gold in the flagship “Website” category for their work on behalf of Camfed, the Campaign For Female Education, also based in the city.

Cambridge accountancy firm Aston Shaw saw double after picking up Gold awards in the “Blog:Business” and “Responsive Website” areas.

Healthy eating cafe Bridges came away with the “Use of Social Media for Business” title, while Haslingfield company Catfish Web Design won the top prize in the “Online Business” category for their creation of a website for confectionery ingredients supplier Calico Cottage in Haddenham.

Catfish also lifted the “Small Business Website” Gold for their work with client Angel & Blume and other winners included, law firm Birketts who were given Gold for “Use of Video for Business”, and ViewRanger, a smart map and route directory for explorers, which walked away with the “Mobile App” Gold Award.

The website of Cambridge University’s Lucy Cavendish College, by Chameleon Studios, won Gold in the “School, Education or Charity Website”, and Karen Harvey made the stage twice after snapping up Gold for her photography networking website Shutter Hub in the “Website Lifestyle & Culture” category and in the “Blog: Entertainment” class for her personal musings on www.idontlikepeas.co.uk.

Kiss Communications, at Cambridge Science Park, led the way in the “Website: Marketing & Creative” sector.

The inaugural CDA event, which took place at the Burgess Hall, St Ives, was supported by SuitRecruit, Lexus Cambridge, Cambridge News, Connecting Cambridgeshire, Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership, Capricorn Media, Noise PR.

There was also a special “Spirit of Cambridgeshire” award presented to the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, who – in the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain – were commended for “going above and beyond the call of duty for the betterment and promotion of Cambridgeshire” through their digital work.


Cambridgeshire Digital Awards 2015 – The Winners

Blog: Business
GOLD – Aston Shaw
SILVER – Claireabellemakes
BRONZE – Studio 24

Website: Marketing & Creative
GOLD – KISS Communications
SILVER – Sookio
BRONZE – Igentics

Online Business
GOLD – Calico Cottage by Catfish Web Design
SILVER – Drink Stuff by Barmans
BRONZE – GoalStormer by Critical Action

Website: Lifestyle & Culture
GOLD – Shutter Hub
SILVER – Angel & Blume by Catfish Web Design
BRONZE – e-Luminate Foundation CIC

Use of Video for Business
GOLD – Birketts LLP
SILVER – Altermune by KISS Communications
BRONZE – Doodle Video

Small Business Website
GOLD – Angel & Blume by Catfish Web Design
SILVER – Money Mover by Onespacemedia
BRONZE – Shutter Hub

Blog: Entertainment
GOLD – I Don’t Like Peas
SILVER – Jessica In Your Ear
BRONZE – Loved By Laura

Mobile App
GOLD – ViewRanger
SILVER – Pocket Sergeant
BRONZE – Geo-sight

Use of Social Media for Business
GOLD – Bridges Cambridge
SILVER – Lion Yard by Westcourt Marketing
BRONZE – Birketts LLP

Responsive Website
GOLD – Aston Shaw
SILVER – Sookio
BRONZE – Igentics

Website: School, Education or Charity
GOLD – Lucy Cavendish College by Chameleon Studios
SILVER – Cambridge Women’s Resources Centre by Catfish Web Design
BRONZE – Step Up by Onespacemedia

Spirit of Cambridgeshire
GOLD – Imperial War Museum Duxford

Website
GOLD – Camfed by Onespacemedia
SILVER – The Technology Partnership by KISS Communications
BRONZE – Leading Change by University of Cambridge

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: One Week Until CDA2015 at Burgess Hall!

There is just one week left until the inaugural Cambridgeshire Digital Awards will take place at Burgess Hall.

The St Ives venue – a purpose-built events and conference centre – is around 20 minutes from Cambridge and offers close links to the A14, A1 and M11.

The CDA is the first and only scheme exclusively to recognise the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county.

On November 19, the first Presentation Evening will be held and Gold, Silver and Bronze accolades will be awarded across 12 categories.

Part of the One Leisure complex – which incorporates a gymnasium, sports and leisure facilities – Burgess Hall boasts more than 11,000 sq ft split across four main areas, a fully licensed bar and on-site catering facilities.

It is a popular centre for local and touring theatre productions, musicians and used regularly to host corporate events.

Over the years many famous names from the world of comedy have graced the stage at Burgess Hall with Jim Davidson and Jethro lined up to perform over the coming weeks.

James Bland, the Manager at Burgess Hall said: “We are thrilled to be hosting the first Cambridgeshire Digital Awards, which will be a great occasion.

“There is so much brilliant digital talent across Cambridgeshire and we’re proud to play our part in celebrating that.”

He added: “Burgess Hall really is the perfect venue for any number of guests from 20 to 600.

“Whether you’re looking for an evening’s entertainment or planning a dinner party, conference, corporate event, meeting, exhibition or celebrating business achievements we can tailor-make a package to suit your budget and space requirements.”

Burgess Hall – which is owned and managed by Huntingdonshire District Council – hosts a range of other events including weddings, conferences, exhibitions and private parties.

To discuss your requirements please call the James Bland, Burgess Hall Manager ,on 01480 388500 or email [email protected]

CAMBRIDGESHIRE DIGITAL AWARDS 2015 – The Schedule

7.00pm
Arrival and complimentary welcome drinks
SuitRecruit will be offering FREE five minute consultations on ‘Recruitment Solutions’ to guests – see www.cambsdigitalawards.co.uk for more details. PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL AS SPACES LIMITED

7.45pm
Your evening meal will be served, along with a complimentary third of a bottle of wine. The menu is:

Main: Chicken With White Wine and Tarragon Sauce served with potatoes and seasonal vegetables
Vegetarian Main: Roasted Red Pepper Stuffed with Lemon Cous Cous
Dessert: Rich Chocolate Tart

There will be a cash bar inside the suite.

9.00pm
Introduction by our host Robin Bailey and entertainment from TV presenter and comedian Mark Dolan.

9.25pm
The awards presentation, the running order for which will be published in your programme on the evening. Awards will be presented by our host alongside representatives from SuitRecruit, Lexus Cambridge, Cambridge News, Connecting Cambridgeshire and Greater Cambridge & Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership. Noelle Godfrey, Programme Director of Connecting Cambridgeshire and Head of Digital Infrastructure at Cambridgeshire County Council and Laura Welham-Halstead, Head of Communications and Connectivity at the Greater Cambridge & Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership are our guest speakers on the night.

11.00pm
Presentation ends, and the celebrations continue with networking and drinks in the suite until midnight!

Dress Code
The dress code for the event is officially ‘business casual’.

Parking
Free parking is available on site.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: Free Consultations Offered at CDA 2015

Guests at the Cambridgeshire Digital Awards are being offered FREE consultations with one of the region’s leading recruitment companies on the night.

All finalists attending the Presentation Evening at the Burgess Hall, St Ives, on November 19, are being offered a complimentary one-to-one session with SuitRecruit.

The firm – which specialises in sourcing and placing sales staff into businesses – is also offering a 20 per cent discount on the first introduction to any finalist of CDA 2015 as an added benefit of being short-listed.

Iain Johnson, from Premio64, the organisation behind the Awards, said: “If finding quality sales staff in your organisation is a struggle, then we think it is definitely worth taking up a free consultation with SuitRecruit, they really can help”.

The free appointments – which could last around five minutes – will take place during the arrival drinks reception, which beings at 7pm.

Spaces are limited, offered on a first-booked-first-served basis and will take place in the foyer adjacent to the main suite.

Delegates wishing to book a time slot should email [email protected]

For more information about their services visit http://www.suitrecruit.co.uk