Alienation Digital Triumph at the 2013 Digital Technology Awards…
Leading full service digital agency, Alienation Digital, was one of the top winners at last night’s ScotlandIs Digital Technology Awards. The awards, which were held in Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel, saw Alienation Digital scoop the prestigious title of ‘Best Digital Agency 2013’ after an extremely successful start to the year.
Founded in 1997, Alienation Digital has grown by a staggering 20-30% year on year to become a leading and innovative UK digital agency with offices in Glasgow, London, a presence in Vancouver and an ever-increasing international client base including Channel 4, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Old Vic and Vango.
The ongoing growth of Alienation Digital has seen them recently take on more staff and continuing with their expansion, the agency is set to move into new premises in Glasgow this August. As well as the growth of the original Glasgow office, the London office is thriving with more of the agency’s clients now coming from south of the Scottish border (England, Wales and internationally) than actually from Scotland itself.
Alienation Digital is dedicated to technological innovation and aspire to continue this success by opening up employment opportunities to high calibre candidates across both offices, as well as expanding their client base throughout Europe and becoming established as a leading international digital agency.
Neil Barr, Managing Director of Alienation Digital said; “We are delighted to be named as Best Digital Agency and this award really recognises the hard work and dedication our incredibly talented and creative team has put in over the last year.”
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