NuBlue Win 'Digital Business Of The Year'
InfoLab21 resident NuBlue are celebrating their win at last Thursday's Lancashire Business View Red Rose Awards.
The ceremony celebrated the outstanding achievements of real businesses in Lancashire and rewarded and recognised the companies, individuals and organisations that have not only survived but thrived in incredibly challenging times.
The ceremony took place at the stunning Blackpool Empress Ballrooms and highlighted the success of NuBlue who fought off tough competition to be awarded Digital Business of the Year.
NuBlue Managing Director Michael Ashworth said,
"It is a real honour to be chosen from such a strong group of shortlisted candidates. The standard locally in our industry is incredibly high and improving all the time, so to be singled out for this award is a real credit to everyone in the team here, who has worked so hard in helping develop this company into what it is today."
NuBlue are a full service agency and hosting provider. 2010 was a year of growth for NuBlue, more than doubling turnover and doubling the size of the team to 14. NuBlue have had the privilege of working with brands such as Danone, the NHS and Virgin Media, whilst also working closely with established internet businesses in Lancashire to help improve their web presence and help them realise a real return from their online investments.
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