As for the honour of being nominated for 'Young Entrepreneur of the Year' - it's just great to know that I still fall into the 'young' category!
London, UK (PRWEB) September 25, 2009
Up-and-coming UK online marketing agency atom42 has been identified as a business to watch with nominations in two separate categories for this year's prestigious Startups Awards.
The London agency has been named as a finalist in the categories 'Service Business of the Year' and 'Young Entrepreneur of the Year'.
Andrew Atalla, founder of atom42, said: "As an agency, we are committed to delivering consistently high levels of client service, so we are thrilled this has been recognised with a nomination for 'Service Business of the Year'.
"As for the honour of being nominated for 'Young Entrepreneur of the Year' - it's just great to know that I still fall into the 'young' category!"
Sara Rizk, deputy editor of Startups.co.uk, said: "atom42's place among the finalists of this year's Startups Awards is testament to the online marketing company's originality, flair and strong prospects for growth. With such strong competition, to have reached this stage is, in itself, a superb achievement."
atom42, an online agency based in Central London, uses a comprehensive range of pay per click marketing and search engine optimisation techniques to boost companies' online presence, with a focus on acquisition.
Clients include National Accident Helpline, match.com, Drinkaware, Credit Choices.co.uk, Lyco Direct and Rush Hair.
The online marketing agency comes within the Startups Awards 2009 criteria, having been trading for less than three years, being privately owned and employing fewer than 60 people.
The Startups Awards 2009, organised by Startups.co.uk, comprises of 12 categories, each showcasing the best new businesses in the UK. The overall winner will walk away with a £5,000 cheque and named 'Startups Business of the Year'.
The winners will be unveiled at a prestigious awards ceremony and three-course luncheon to be held at the Marriot Hotel, Grosvenor Square on Friday 13 November, 2009.
This year's judging panel consists of some of the UK's most successful entrepreneurs, including Doug Richard, founder of School for Schools, Margaret Manning, CEO, Reading Room and Will King, founder King of Shaves.
The judges look at a wide range of criteria; in particular, business success by increase in sales and unit volume, market research and identification of customer focus, organisational and team building effectiveness, strategic planning, overcoming obstacles and barriers to success, visionary leadership and social and community responsibility.