Bigmouthmedia, the award-winning Search Engine Marketing Company, today scooped a second award in just two weeks when it picked up a ‘Best Performing Company’ award at the Business Excellence Awards run by the Edinburgh Evening News.
The agency beat off stiff competition from other Scottish companies to win the award which was announced at a lunchtime ceremony in the Scottish capital on Friday.
Steve Leach, bigmouthmedia’s MD said “We’re delighted to pick up our second Business Excellence Award, and our second award in under a fortnight. Edinburgh has a wealth of business talent so we’re very proud to have come out top. This has already been an amazing year for bigmouthmedia with a five-fold increase in turnover predicted this year. It’s fair to say that business is booming. I’d like to say a big a big ‘thank you’ to my excellent team. It’s all down to them really”
The award comes at an exciting time for bigmouthmedia, in a year which has already seen the company double the team based at their Edinburgh headquarters, and win the public and industry vote for ‘Best Use of Search’ at the prestigious digital marketing awards, the Netimperatives.
Notes to Editor
Bigmouthmedia is based in Leith, Edinburgh, with offices in London and Madrid, and is headed up by Steve Leach and Lyndsay Menzies.
The company specialises in search engine marketing for big brands – boasting an impressive list of clients, including Sony PlayStation, the Bank of Scotland, Marks and Spencer, British Airways, Sony Ericsson, King Sturge, National Express, Laura Ashley and MTV.
Bigmouthmedia doubled its turnover in the year to October 2004 and is on course to see a five-fold increase in the current financial year.
Bigmouthmedia recently acquired established Search Marketing agency, optimiser.co.uk to operate under the bigmouthmedia umbrella, offering a cost-effective solution for smaller companies whilst using the same renowned bigmouthmedia ethical practices and benefiting from bigmouthmedia’s eight years at the forefront of the industry.
Published on: 12:00AM on 22nd April 2005