ESV Digital finalist for a major award from Google
ESV Digital named a finalist for Google Premier Partners Awards with Tiffany Rose.
The good news!
The Premier Partner Awards honour innovation in digital marketing across Search, Mobile, Video, Display, Shopping and Growing Businesses Online.
The award submission included a profile describing our recent work for Tiffany Rose and was entered into the Growing Businesses Online category.
Tiffany Rose began in 2003 with a simple aim: to offer pregnant women the chance to wear exciting, elegant, beautiful and well-made designs for special occasions. Every single garment is designed and made in Britain. In April 2018, Tiffany Rose was named as a winner of The Queen’s Awards for International Trade – the UK’s highest accolade of business success – as a result of their continued growth in international markets, aided by the partnership with ESV Digital. This follows their original 2013 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
“We’ve been working with ESV since 2014 on our paid search. On the PPC side, they are hands down the best agency I have worked within my 20 years of working online (and in that time I have worked with a few). They are keeping us one step ahead of the changing PPC environment, the team is very responsive to our changing demands and of particular value to me is their ability to run global campaigns on a local language basis.”
Christian Robinson, Director – TIFFANY ROSE
ESV Digital is part of a select group of digital specialists that Google celebrates as Premier Partners. To qualify as a Premier Partner, digital marketing agencies and professionals must pass a series of exams and prove their expertise in using and applying Google’s advertising products.
Premier Partner Awards 2018 winners will be announced on October 15-17 in Dublin.
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