Hallam continues to prove their prowess in the digital arena, with a silver award for Best Digital Agency, a bronze award for Best Use of Data Analytics & Insights at the UK Digital Experience Awards 2019 and a nomination at the UK Agency Awards for Biddable Media Agency of the Year.
The UK Digital Experience Awards is recognised as an industry leader. Accredited with the Gold Awards Trust Mark they are seen as a renowned platform for digital innovation. Unique in that Hallam presented their entry live on the day of the awards to a panel of independent judges.
Competing alongside many prominent UK and global brands Hallam were thrilled to be recognised in the Best Digital Agency category. They confidently demonstrated an insightful and innovative approach to the use of data and analytics with a transformational integrated search strategy on a project that delivered over £900,000 of revenue for their client with a 1005% return on ad spend. Results that completely altered the client’s perception of data-driven pay-per-click strategies.
Stuart Ross, Managing Director of Hallam, commented: “We’re very proud to be winners at the UK Digital Experience Awards and of our Paid Media Team for proving once again that they are experts in this field. We encourage every team member to gain a deeper understanding of the impact our activity is having on our clients’ bottom line, with innovation and strategic thinking at the heart of everything we do and it’s great to see that recognised at an industry level.”
Further success was announced today (Friday 19 July) when Hallam was shortlisted for Biddable Media Agency of the Year at the UK Agency Awards.
These awards celebrate exceptional agencies across the UK, Hallam’s nomination demonstrated significant growth potential for their client by delivering profitable campaigns with minimal wastage, utilising automated bids and custom fields for Google Shopping. An incredible 611% ROI was achieved for the client.
Hallam continues to prove their digital leadership in the Midlands by organising the second Nottingham Digital Summit earlier in July. With speakers from Google, Virgin Media, Jaguar Land Rover and Experian who inspired over 750 local business people and raised £20,257 for the Nottingham Samaritans.