The Good Web Guide Awards 2015

Posted on 2nd December 2015 by Streets

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We are delighted to have sponsored The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards 2015 which took place at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London earlier this month.

As category sponsors of ‘Arts and Culture’ our congratulations go to the award winner Screenhits, whose website offers a global platform for discovering some of the hottest shows from around the world across all devices.

It was also great to see Cambridge based Money Mover short listed as a finalist in the category of best Business to Business website. 

Other award categories included education, excellence in customer service, gardening, health and beauty, homes, property and many more. However, the title and prestige of Website of the Year went to, which provides a simple solution to a universal problem - connecting home and pet owners who need trustworthy people who want to house sit your home whilst you're away.

Commenting on Streets’ sponsorship of the Good Web Guide Awards 2015, James Pinchbeck, Marketing Partner at Streets, said: “Our congratulations go to all the category winners and finalists of the Good Web Guide Awards 2015. The awards are now in their seventh year and have gained a well deserved recognition within the field of online marketing for showcasing excellence and innovation in the development and exploitation of web based marketing platforms.

“Entrants and finalists alike, regardless of business activity, size or spend on marketing, continue to showcase the best of the best. Whether as part of our own business development, process and marketing or that of our clients, the importance and value of having a good website site cannot be underestimated.  

“A well researched, designed and technical future proofed website continues to be one of the areas of marketing spend that provides the greatest returns on investment.”

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