Southwold agency reaches the finals in three awards
TALENT at the Suffolk creative agency Spring has been rewarded by nominations in three categories in the prestigious Chamber Patrons' Business Awards 2008.
The Southwold-based company, run by Erika Clegg - winner of the Institute of Directors' East of England Businesswoman of the Year for Enterprise award, is up for gongs for excellence in marketing, business growth as well as an environmental award.
Erika said: 'The whole team has worked really hard for this recognition. We're delighted it's paid off.'
Successful campaigns with clients including watchmakers Dent & Co, Flagship Housingand Private Jet Club helped the agency secure final placement.
The Chamber Patrons' Business Awards 2008, from the Lowestoft and Waveney Chamber of Commerce, were launched in June to recognise and reward business success in the region.
More than 200 businesspeople are expected at the awards ceremony at the Wherry Hotel on November 20.
A spokesman for the Chamber, part of the Suffolk Division, said: 'We shall be looking for shining examples that express the energy and optimism that we know is abundant in our area and provides us with a great opportunity to present the positive benefits of both living and working in such a delightful place.'
Sponsors, the Lowestoft Journal, will attend the event, hosted by Helen McDermott, along with Waveney MP Bob Blizzard.