BrightStarr shortlisted for Website of the Year Award

BrightStarr is delighted to have been shortlisted for the WireHive 100 Digital Agency ‘Website of the Year’ award.

BrightStarr shortlisted for Website of the Year Award

The WireHive 100 Awards have been set up to recognize the best Digital Agencies in the South East of England in a variety of categories, from ‘Website of the Year’, to ‘Most Respected Agency’ and even ‘Geek of the Year’. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at Mercedes-Benz World in September where digital agencies, partners and clients will gather to celebrate ‘digital brilliance’ in the South East.

Delivering an experience that works across multiple channels

Will Saville, BrightStarr Co-Founder commented, “We wanted to see how far we could take SharePoint and understand where the boundaries are in terms of providing a rich multi-platform experience. As you can see, we’ve taken it quite a long way and provided mobile, tablet and desktop users with an optimum experience. The increased use of tablet and smart phone technology is frightening and we fully intended to be on the cutting edge of this when it comes to SharePoint and the wider Microsoft technology stack”.

Katy Smith Marketing Manager

Katy’s role may not be customer facing, but her work is usually what new clients see first. If it’s beautifully presented, informative, and has a BrightStarr logo on it, she’s normally had a hand in it. Her role is broad, but Katy is a determined go-getter who makes things happen. She looks after the marketing team in the UK, marketing strategy for both sides of the Atlantic, and develops both the BrightStarr and Unily brands. Tactically, that means her team controls everything from ensuring the site comes up in internet search results, to the look and feel of your consultant’s business card. Katy came from a fashion background, obtaining her degree from Leeds University and via interning at a major women’s magazine, and now applies that same finesse to the BrightStarr brand identity.

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