Affiliate Window has changed their holding company name to Digital Window Limited while retaining Affiliate Window as a brand name for their affiliate network.

"We wanted to widen the scope of our services in the Pay Per Performance marketing arena to encompass all our offerings and future branded API tools. “ Said Kevin Brown, CEO of Digital Window.

This month has been a succession of industry acknowledgement for newly named Digital Window. Described as one of the fastest growing technical companies in the UK by the Deloitte Fast 50, Digital Window attained further recognition by being the only affiliate network in this year’s Fast 50 and placed in 8th position.

The Deloitte Fast 50 Awards were launched in 1995 and quickly became the benchmark of successful growth among technology companies. In the UK and Ireland, the Fast 50 Awards remain unique in celebrating success and innovation among growing technology companies.

The accolade of appearing in such a prestigious list reflects the volume of business Digital Window has driven for its merchant clients, helping them to achieve significant online growth from Pay Per Performance marketing. With a roster of clients including B&Q, Woolworths, Vodafone, Nectar eStores, Screwfix, AirMIles, Next, PayPal and Comet the company is set to continue this impressive growth.

Kevin Brown, CEO Digital Window added, “To be recognised by the Deloitte Fast 50 is a tremendous achievement and was only possible through the team’s expertise at growing our merchants programmes.”

Last Week Kevin Brown collected another award having been placed 14th in The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 annual league table. Digital Window, not surprisingly, are looking forward to a bumper New Year!

For further information on Digital Window and their brands please contact:
Karen Durham-Diggins at kddPR
T; +44 (0) 20 8989 2541
M: +44 (0) 7808 584 624

Notes for editors:
Digital Window

Voted no 1 network by affiliates Affiliate Window has an excellent reputation, both with merchants and affiliates, for their in-house technology, reporting, Brand protection and service. The Awin index (implemented October 2006) gives merchants a visual reference of how their programme compares to competitors in their sector. It also enables them to manage the impact of changes made to their to their affiliate strategy.

Established in 2000 as Affiliate Window their extensive client base includes blue chip operations as well as SME’s and includes: Vodafone, Phones4U, Comet. Hamleys, Woolworths, Austin Reed, and JD Sports.

The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 annual league:
Now in its sixth year, The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 annual league table is compiled by Oxford-based research and events company Fast Track -

In addition to title sponsor Microsoft, the league table is co-sponsored by
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.

Published on: 12:00AM on 15th December 2006