Susan was shortlisted in two categories, SME Growth and Digital, and was named as the winner in the Digital category for the second year running, at a ceremony held on Wednesday 28th September.
Susan’s nomination in both categories follows a phenomenal year at Hallam Internet. A Google Premier Partner, Hallam Internet is now in its 16th year of business. Having won a number of large contracts, Hallam has recently doubled both the size of its team and the office floor space the company occupies.
The expanded offices will offer the company additional meeting rooms, a second boardroom and a larger communal area.
In addition to their continued expansion, Susan has driven the company to lead the way in fighting cyber crime. Hallam Internet has now successfully been awarded the top cyber security accreditation Cyber Essentials PLUS.
She said “I was extremely proud to have been shortlisted in not just one, but two categories at the Women in Business Awards this year.
“Winning in the Digital category for the Midlands region last year was a great honour and it’s a great privilege to win it again and be recognised alongside other inspiring women in the region.
“The team at Hallam Internet is remarkable. The company could not have achieved this continued growth without their hard work, commitment and determination to achieve outstanding results for our clients.”
Susan is a recognised leader in the field of internet marketing, regularly speaking at top industry conferences such as SMX and contributing to national and regional press.
Away from Hallam Internet, Susan is also a Trustee of Nottingham Castle, championing the castle’s transformation project.