Publication: The BIP Online and Business Insider
Date: 24 June 2013

Leading full service digital agency, London & Glasgow, swooped the prestigious award for 'Best Digital Agency 2013' at this year's ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards.

ScotlandIS is the trade body for the Scottish ICT sector and the Digital Technology Awards aim to recognise the outstanding success and contribution of businesses across the digital and technology markets to the Scottish economy.

For its ongoing growth, expansion plans and innovative digital solutions, After Digital was honoured with the award of Best Digital Agency at this year's awards' ceremony at the Glasgow Grand Central Hotel.

Founded 15 years ago, After Digital has grown by a staggering 20-30% year-on-year to become a leading, innovative UK digital agency with offices in Glasgow, London, a presence in Vancouver and an ever-increasing international client base, which includes such well known names as Channel 4, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Old Vic and Scottish Ballet.

The continued growth of After Digital has it them recently grow its staff body and invest in new larger premises in Glasgow, which the agency will move into at the end of the summer. In line with this continued growth in Scotland, the London office is also continually developing with more of the agency's client list now coming from south of the Scottish border and internationally than from Scotland itself.

After Digital is dedicated to technological innovation and aspire to continue this success by opening up employment opportunities to high calibre candidates across both offices and establishing the agency in a wider European market in the coming few years.

Managing Director of After Digital said; "We're over the moon to have been honoured with the Best Digital Agency award. Achievements such as these really recognise the hard work and dedication of our incredibly talented team, and our continued dedication to grow and innovate. Thanks to all involved!"

Read recent coverage in the articles on The BIP Online, Business Insider and on the ScotlandIS site.