Leicestershire-based digital marketing agency Digital Ethos has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2022 UK Digital Growth Awards for ‘Large Integrated Digital Agency of the Year’.
Marking the agency’s fourth award nomination in 2022 so far, the team at Digital Ethos are thrilled to have their hard work and dedication officially recognised through some of the UK’s biggest digital marketing awards.
In addition to the nomination from the UK Digital Growth Awards, this year Digital Ethos has also been nominated for ‘Excellence in Sales & Marketing’ at the Great Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards, Entrepreneur of the Year award for CEO Luke Tobin and the company was also nominated and won Gold for ‘Best Use of Automation’ and Silver for ‘Shopping Ads Campaign of the Year’ at the UK Paid Media Awards.
Founded in 2016 by Luke from his bedroom, Digital Ethos has been growing in value and client base year on year and with four award nominations so far in 2022, the digital marketing agency is enjoying the recognition of its hard work.
Luke said: “Our teams at Digital Ethos work extremely hard to provide results for our clients that take their brand to new heights with recognition and performance. I’m so proud of them for their dedication and passion in supporting the huge range of clients we have as they deserve to be recognised. We hope our nomination streak will continue throughout the rest of this year and beyond.”
The UK Digital Growth Awards recognise, reward and celebrate website design, digital campaigns, application of tools and data, technologies and agencies working across the UK. This year’s judging panel includes Michael Durey, Head of Performance Marketing at Samsung; Ellie England, Sales Director at Microsoft and Jonathan Kettleborough, Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University.
For more information on how Digital Ethos can help your business with digital marketing, visit www.digitalethos.net.
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