A city team of digital creatives has been recognised as “Birmingham’s Best Marketing & Web Design Agency” in this year’s SME News UK Enterprise Awards.

Based in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, the team behind Bootcamp Media took home the accolade at the annual SME Media ceremony; designed to recognise businesses “that innovate, exceed customer expectation and provide a service which enables them to thrive in a challenging digital economy”.

Jamil Shabir, Managing Director of Bootcamp Media, said:

“We’re delighted to have received this award. Our team works so hard each and every day to create the best possible branding and web presences for our customers, and despite incredibly tough competition, we regularly demonstrate that we’re different and worth investing in. This is a challenging, fast-moving industry, but we love keeping ahead of the game.”

Next month, the organisation will be hosting the Christmas Phoenix Business Lunch at Hyatt Regency Birmingham, which will raise funds for local charity Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice.

“We love supporting charities that are close to our heart and that hold the same values as the team at Bootcamp,” said Jamil.

“In November, The Phoenix Business Lunch is in aid of Birmingham’s St Mary’s Hospice– a local charity which supports people living with life-limiting illness – and I look forward to raising much-needed funds so that they can continue to deliver their expert care to people when they need it most.”

Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice cares for 400 people living with life-limiting illness across Birmingham and Sandwell on a daily basis.

Charlotte Anson, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, said:

“The Phoenix’s Christmas lunch is always popular, so we’re honoured that Jamil and his team chose the Hospice as their charity to support this year. It will cost £22,000 to run our vital services on Christmas Day – over 60 per cent of which needs to come from generous, voluntary donations – so funds raised at events like this really will make a difference to the local people and their families that we support.”

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