Amica Live are proud to be supporting the Bournemouth's Tourism Awards 2016 by designing their Website.
We’ve been working hard these past few weeks with P-PR on the design and build of a new website for the awards.
On Wednesday 7th October the awards kicked off with a launch event held at the Hallmark Hotel, Westcliff, Bournemouth with over 100 guests attending.
Of the 16 categories for the 2016 awards, 4 will open to public vote as of 1st November. You can nominate local businesses for Bournemouth’s Best Breakfast, Bournemouth’s Rising Star, Bournemouth’s Best Afternoon Tea and Bournemouth Bar Personality Awards. Click on each of these to find out more and nominate a deserving business or person.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available if you want to support the awards too!
Chris Howard, Amica’s Managing Director says “Supporting our local town’s tourism awards is really important to us. Looking after businesses on our doorstep makes good business sense and we’re super proud of Bournemouth and we want to shout about that”.
Our talented Web Developer Ashley said “it was great to work with a company who are keen to use a fresh style for these exciting, modern awards. The site is bright, vibrant and really easy to navigate. We hope it represents the awards well and visitors find everything they need to about entering, nominating and sponsoring the awards and the event itself”.
P-PR have been great to work with both in their vision and their belief of us. Jackie Blunderfield, Managing Director at P-PR said “When we won the contract to put on the Bournemouth Tourism Awards, we knew the right website supplier had to be an integral part of our development and marketing programme.
It’s a big site, and it has a lot to do from ticketing to nominations and voting whilst being clear and easily navigable.
We met with several website developers and made the decision that Amica Live were the right partner for us.
We are delighted with the new standalone website and all that it offers the awards, the entrants and those nominating”.