Embryo Digital, the Manchester-based digital marketing agency, has announced that it has been nominated for ‘SEO AGENCY OF THE YEAR’, ‘SMALL DIGITAL AGENCY OF THE YEAR’ and ‘Customer Focused Business Of The Year’ – courtesy of the Prolific North Awards and the City of Manchester Business Awards (COMBA).
Hailed as a way to ‘celebrate excellence, reward outstanding campaigns and recognise exceptional talent in the region’s creative and media industries’, each of the 27 categories within the Prolific North Awards are judged by a panel of leading figures and experts. This year, they include Emma Hunt, Ellie England and Andrew Binns, who are Vimto’s head of marketing, Microsoft’s sales director and Havas Lynx’s director, respectively. Embryo Digital will be judged based on their creative work, ability to explore new markets and major client wins.
Winners will be announced on Thursday 23rd May at a gala dinner and awards ceremony at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse. You can find all of the shortlisted businesses here.
The COMBA celebrates the best that Manchester has to offer, spanning industries as varied as digital marketing, insurance, accountancy and recruitment. Having won COMBA’s, ‘Digital & Creative Business of The Year 2018’, Embryo Digital are looking forward to another spectacular night, this year held at the Lowry Hotel, on Thursday 19th September. Voting is now open, and you can vote across 17 categories here.
‘’When we won the ‘Digital & Creative Business of The Year’ award last year, it felt like we were finally being recognised for our contribution to the industry. I’ve always known that I work within a strong team of individuals, but it’s our collective effort that won that award. Every business should be proud of what they’ve achieved, because not only will it instil further trust in your current clients, but open the doors to many others. I cannot congratulate all the nominees enough, and I look forward to hopefully spending two wonderful nights with you all very shortly,’’ – Ross Green, Managing Director, Embryo Digital.