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News | Round-up February 7

The birth of Digitees 

Last night, Mabo held the first ever Digitees – Middlesbrough’s quarterly digital marketing meet up.  

The event took place in Basecamp Boro and saw Publicity Seekers’ Sam Lee (that’s our Sam!) give a great introduction to “What the f*ck is PR?” to a variety of Teesside businesses. 

All the hard work from Scarlett Reeves and James Lees came together to celebrate the booming digital sector in Teesside and it was great to see so many of you there. 

Bring on the next event when Animmersion’s Dom Lusardi will be the keynote speaker. 

 

Andy Preston is inviting businesses back to the Riverside for an update on Boho X this month.

The Middlesbrough mayor is expected to give an overview of the updated plans and announce that planning permission has been sought for the building. 

The plans are now becoming a reality, and this is a chance to see the up-to-date designs and visuals for the building and to find out all the latest news. 

Middlesbrough is establishing itself as a trail-blazing digital hub for the UK with this project. The building will be the largest building for 35 miles and includes a helipad and an indoor and outdoor amphitheatre for key speakers in the area. 

If you want to attend, please RSVP to invest@middlesbrough.gov.uk by Monday 17 February. 

  

NECC launches its inaugural business awards 

The deadline is looming for the for the inaugural North East Chamber of Commerce member business awards and there are a number of categories relevant to the digital sector. 

The awards celebrate the innovators driving the region forward with categories such as: 

Best use of technology award. Open to businesses who use a range of technologies available to them to grow their business and improve their business process and efficiency. 

Workplace wellbeing award. This award recognises businesses that are creating an environment for their employees to succeed by demonstrating their commitment to the health and wellbeing of their workforce. 

Small business of the year. Open to businesses employing up to 75 members of staff. This award will go to a company that has achieved consistent growth clear with a strong financial performance and understanding of the market it operates in.  

Customer commitment award. This award is open to businesses with a focus on customer service and care. 

The winner at the regional final of these awards, among many others, will automatically be shortlisted at the national British Chamber of Commerce Awards in November 2020. 

Winners of the categories will be announced at the Business Awards Final on 25 June 

The deadline for entries is 14 February, you can find out more here. 

 

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