Kitch Wins Silver at The Sussex Digital Awards

When we entered two of our clients into the Sussex Digital Awards earlier this year we hoped we would shortlisted for one of them, however, both Barfoots of Botley and Cowdray Park Polo Club made it to the final seven businesses to be judged for the award on the night for ‘Use of Social Media for Business’.

The awards were held at the lovely Pelham House in Lewes last week and we had a great night meeting other digital businesses in Sussex.  Our fingers were crossed to bring home an award for each of our clients but the competition was fierce and we were delighted to win the Silver Award for ‘Use of Social Media for Business’ for Barfoots.

Kitch have worked with Barfoots since 2015 and we have created an ongoing social media strategy for them, designed to promote consumption of their products to consumers. We have seen a huge amount of growth on their channels and are really excited to have our work recognised. As part of our remit with Barfoots we manage their Development Kitchen outreach and content creation alongside award winning videographer Carl Pendle.  We also work closely with the team on large campaigns where we aim to maximise social reach and grow brand awareness, this included a social strategy around their feature on BBC Harvest , you can read more on their case study here.

Barfoots and Kitch win social media award

From left to right, Susan Zwinkels – Senior Marketing Manager at Kitch, Fiona Walsh – Product and Brand Developer at Barfoots, Natalie Dunning – Director at Kitch.

The Disabilities Trust, an autism charity in Burgess Hill, scooped the top prize in the ‘Use of Social Media for Business’ and the Bronze went to Arundel Castle by Midnight Communications.

A huge congratulations to all the other award winners and we look forward to entering next year with some of our other Sussex based clients.

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