The Hertfordshire Digital Awards is the first and only scheme solely to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county.
With a range of categories covering different facets of digital media, the Awards has fast built a strong following among organisations from Royston to Ricksmansworth and everywhere in between.
HDA is open to ALL businesses, schools and charities that operate in the county and have a presence online.
If you haven’t yet made your FREE entry, here are ten reasons why you might want to “throw your hat in the ring”.
1. HDAs media partner is the county’s leading newspaper group, the Hertfordshire Mercury and finalists/winners are guaranteed to appear in there.
2. The opportunity to attend a glitzy Winners’ Evening on September 24.
3. The chance to walk away with either a Gold, Silver or Bronze award for your work.
4. You could get a winner’s interview, which will appear in the Hertfordshire Mercury.
5. Winning an HDA will give a massive morale boost to your team.
6. You can show it off to your customers and give them confidence that they are right to spend their money with you.
7. Shout about it online after we give you FREE finalists/winners banners for your website and social media.
8. Become famous on Twitter, if you’re a finalist/winner we’ll be giving you a good shout out on our busy account.
9. Join the Digital Awards Hall Of Fame, alongside an impressive and exclusive group of winners from other counties.
10. The possibility that you can pick up one of our chic award plaques that you can display with pride in your office, shop, home or wherever you do the business!
If you would like to enter the Hertfordshire Digital Awards there is still time, just.
You have until Friday, July 17, to make an entry and don’t forget, it’s free and takes less than two minutes to complete through www.hertsdigitalawards.co.uk/enter
The HDA is backed by a range of great organisations including SuitRecruit (Associate Sponsor), Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (Key Supporter), Hertfordshire Mercury, Capricorn Media, Noise PR and designsixtyfour.com.