Nottingham based agency Impression has been crowned winner in two categories of the national UK Biddable Media Awards 2019.
The awards, which showcase excellence in the online advertising industry, were announced last night at a black tie event in Montcalm Marble Arch in London. Shortlisted agencies from across the country gathered together and TV/radio broadcaster Sam Walker presented the trophies.
Speaking of their win, Liam Wade, Head of PPC at Impression, said:
“The UK Biddable Media Awards are a prestigious event in the digital industry and to win not one but two awards is fantastic.
“We invest heavily in the development of our team alongside bespoke scripts and tools that we build in house to drive high returns for our advertising clients. It’s that balance of creativity, science, human interaction and machine supported automation that made us stand out from our competitors. We’re very proud of what we’ve achieved.”
Impression was previously named the Best Large SEO Agency in the UK, Best Large SEO Agency in Europe and Best Small PPC Agency in Europe. They recently named a global charity client amongst their latest wins and regularly work with businesses across the UK and beyond.
The agency has worked closely with a number of Nottingham based education providers and local organisations to support the development of the digital industry. Their team travels to a number of schools, colleges and universities to raise awareness of careers in digital and is committed to increasing diversity amongst the digital workforce. They also boast an industry leading training programme and impressive working culture that includes dedicated CSR and wellbeing committees.
Aaron Dicks, founder and MD at Impression, said:
“Our team is our most important asset by far and for us, investing in them is essential. We want everyone who works with us to feel supported, developed and to have fun in their jobs.
“While winning awards is absolutely not our core purpose, it is a great way to recognise the hard work and achievement of our colleagues and to showcase the skills we have as a business.”