We are delighted to announce that Absolute Creative Media won gold at the Hertfordshire Digital Awards.
Competing in the category for best website for a school, education or charity, our team arrived at venue alongside Trevor and Francine Luker of the London Hairdressing Apprenticeship Academy. We were nominated for our work on the LHAA new website, which is designed to give current and potential hairdressing and barbering apprentices a comprehensive guide to the academy and their courses.
It was a real treat to be invited to such a glitzy evening, which included a delicious two-course dinner and plenty of wine to wash it down. Although there were nerves, the team looked on the evening as a chance to celebrate the successful collaboration between Absolute Creative and LHAA and the honour of being nominated.
So imagine our amazement when our name was called out as the gold winner of the category! Absolute Creative Director Matthew Hussey took to the stage and made a short speech of thanks, which was a miracle in itself as he described himself as ‘speechless’ after hearing our name read out.
When explaining their decision to award gold to the LHAA website, the judges said, “This is a site which tidily and successfully explains a wide range of subjects, another hit for its creators and a worthy winner of our Gold award.”
Following the ceremony and many congratulations, Absolute Creative director Matthew Hussey said: “I’m completely overwhelmed. This was one of the hardest fought categories tonight and there were six other incredible nominees. So it means the world to us that the judges for the Hertfordshire Digital Awards considered our work on the LHAA website to be gold standard. It was a challenging and deeply satisfying project. I’d like to thank the team, as well as Trevor and Francine from the LHAA for their part in our win.”
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