19 May 2019

The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2016 today announced that Amazon is sponsoring this year's Digital Business of the Year category...



*Amazon helps recognise British businesses using the internet to improve the customer experience and drive growth*


*”The Oscars of great British business” - Ceremony will take place on 15th November 2016 at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane*


The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2016 today announced that Amazon is sponsoring this year's Digital Business of the Year category. Accepting entries for its 15th edition, this year's awards will celebrate the Best of British Ambition. David Cameron, Prime Minister has described the awards as “the Oscars of great British business.”


The Amazon Digital Business of the Year will be awarded to the business who best optimises all aspects of ecommerce to deliver strong growth through an exceptional customer experience. Entries are submitted via an online form here.


Simon Johnson, Director of Amazon Seller Services UK said, “The digital economy is providing a big boost to the overall British economy, and we want to celebrate the progress that British businesses are making in going digital to provide an even better experience to customers while growing their companies and creating more jobs.   It's great to see companies large and small, in every sector, and all across the country, making forward strides in e-commerce, and we want to help recognise their success.”


Last year's Digital Business of the Year was awarded to student verification and marketing specialists UNiDAYS® who demonstrated strong leadership and an innovative digital spirit, enabling them to grow from a new venture in 2011 to a leading digital business within 4 years.


Jay Luddit, CMO and Co-founder of UNiDAYS® commented: “The recognition and sense of achievement has been great for the team. There's a noticeable sense of pride that comes with winning a National Business Award, and I feel it has driven the whole business to push the boundaries even further and continue to succeed.”


Tom Broughton, Group Brand Director of the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards said, “We're delighted to be working with Amazon at this year's awards, and together we seek to recognise and celebrate the quality of digital businesses that are driving economic growth in the UK. The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards are the accolade of choice for those seeking the highest recognition within their field, and we look forward to awarding this across all 18 categories.”


Other former National Business Award winners across all 18 categories include Easyjet, ITV, BT, The Body Coach, The University of Leeds, Go Ape, Joe Carnell – Ugot, Premiership Rugby, Royal Mail, and Tony Pidgley CBE.