North East Cheshire Business Awards 2016 & E-commence Awards 2016

9th December 2016

Recently, one of our clients Motor Trade Delivery have won the Innovation and Design Award at the North East Cheshire Business Awards. This has a close connection to us as we design and developed their website and still managed any technical issues.

The North East Cheshire Business Awards 2016 had 350 guests, judges and nominated finalists gathered at The Mere Golf Report and Spa in Knutsford for a night of celebration of business excellence and achievements. On the night, their celebrity guest speaker Peter Waterman OBE gave a passionate speech around the benefits of HS2 coming to the county and celebrated the area’s excellent record for enterprise and drive.

This year’s charity partner – the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust – took almost £3,000 away from the night after guests participated in a raffle and auction. While the event sponsors William & Crosby added a further £2100 in a separate fund-raising rally drive.

While back in September, we were nominated in the Best B2B eCommerce category at the eCommerce Awards 2016. The ceremony was held at London Marriot Hotel Grosvenor Square, London.

We were honored to be nominated in the category for our recent development of Cormar Carpets Trade Portal website. Cormar Carpets, one of the UK’s leading Carpet Manufactures servicing over 3000 independent retailers, commissioned CSI Media to redesign and rewrite their existing B2B trade portal. The new responsive website has a bespoke design and has been built in partnership with an Umbraco content management system. The website redesign addressed several existing on-site technical issues as well as improving their online user experience, supporting their strategy to provide customers with self-service tools and providing a platform for future development.

Before the evening of celebration, there was an eCommerce Expo which had hundreds of people come together to celebrate the advancement of technology and be inspired by industry experts and thought leaders.

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