Friday, June 5, 2020

Digital Agency Hallam Internet granted Board of Trade Award

Hallam Internet has been awarded one of the nine UK Board of Trade Awards for Midlands businesses.

Presented by the Rt Hon Liam Fox MP, Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade, these awards recognise businesses that demonstrate exceptional innovation, delivering prosperity for the UK, and championing free trade.

In presenting the award, Dr Fox said: “The judging panel was particularly impressed with how Hallam Internet have used their platform to promote exporting across the Midlands Engine, inspiring companies alike to export. With over 25 years in the digital industry, founder Susan Hallam has also championed equality and diversity throughout the sector. Hallam is a truly inspirational company, and a key influencer in the digital field.”

Sales Director Jake Third accepted the award on behalf of the company and commented “Hallam Internet is an emerging force in the international digital marketing scene. This award from the Department of Trade follows our recent success in winning The Drum’s Grand Prix Agency of the Year 2018 and being shortlisted for the Google Premier Partners EMEA Awards for Shopping and Display Innovation.

“This award recognises our commitment to sharing our international digital marketing experience and expertise. Over the last year more than 1,800 businesses have benefited from our freely available international SEO guides, checklists and white papers. We also deliver a series of international digital marketing briefings and events, and welcome businesses to get in touch if they would like to benefit from our knowledge and expertise.

“And of course, we practice what we preach. International trade plays an essential part of Hallam Internet’s growth strategy, and we are exporting our knowledge and experience. We are proud to provide services to international clients including the United Nations, as well as a range of businesses across Europe and North America.”

The other businesses announced today include Armadillo Merino, Morningside Pharmaceuticals, The Active Hands Group, Body Care Brand Development, Arquebus Solutions, Addfield Environmental Systems, Forensic Pathways and Addmaster.

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