Published: April 2017
Digitom wins ‘Microbusiness of the Year’ for South East England FSB & Worldpay UK Small Business Awards 2017.
The FSB & Worldpay UK Small Business Awards 2017’s micro business category celebrates small businesses with fewer than 10 employees which are routinely “punching above their weight”.
Tom Chown, Founder & Creative Director at Digitom, said: “Obviously, we’re incredibly pleased to receive the award for South East England. Last year we explored new technologies and delivered our first 360° video for Shepherd Neame with further commissions in the pipeline, while Eurotunnel commissioned a drone filming project of their Folkestone site. We also enjoyed repeat projects from long-term clients; the University of Kent and Maidstone Borough Council and delivered camera and editing training to internal comms teams at Sainsbury’s and Kent Sport.”
Organisations entering the awards are required to explain the business’s track record, success, evidence of successful business performance and be able to demonstrate long-term sustainability.
Mike Cherry, UK Chairman of FSB, said: “Well done to all these regional winners and to all the smaller businesses who contribute so much to our nations’ and regions’ characters and economies. This year’s entries were all of the highest standard and were reflective of the diverse and strong small business culture across the UK.”
James Frost, Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer at Worldpay UK, says: “Small businesses will continue to help drive the UK economy through both their innovation and expansion. It’s critical, especially in these uncertain times, that we support and recognise their contribution to the national economic growth and applaud the hard work and commitment that goes into running your own business.”
Founded in 2010, Digitom has established a solid reputation for producing high quality film, animation, 360° video and training workshops for clients across a wide range of sectors, including education, charities, brewing, property management, transport, public sector organisations, pharmaceutical and financial services.