DotDigital Selected As Ruban D’Honneur Recipient By The European Business Awards

EBA_Ruban_DHonneur_Logo-2012-13 If it wasn’t enough having the Shadow Business Minister in the dotDigital offices this morning, the accolades are continuing to flow in from elsewhere too. We can now announce we’ve been selected by the European Business Awards as one of ten recipients of the Ruban d’Honneur.

We were first selected by the EBAs as a UK national winner back in November, but hearing we are now one of 100 businesses on the whittled down list, and only 10 in our category, is commendation indeed. The judging was undertaken by a panel of business leaders, academics and entrepreneurs and based on a wide range of factors including dynamism, focus and ethical standards.

As ever, it’s amazing to get recognition from such a well-respected body and to be placed among our peers from across 28 European countries. It’s a great testament to the hard work put in by dotDigital staff and spurs us on to continue to offer products and services that surpass the expectations of our users.

You can watch the original video submission from our CEO Peter Simmonds here on the EBA site. We’ll now go onto the next stage of judging, so fingers crossed for the category winner announcements in April!

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