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Audio Trails win Creative Innovation award

Posted on November 16th, by admin in Tales and musings. Comments Off on Audio Trails win Creative Innovation award

Last night Audio Trails won the inaugural Creative Innovation award at the fourth Derbyshire Times Business Awards. The glittering ceremony was held at Chesterfield FC’s Proact Stadium and hosted by Derbyshire Times Editor James Mitchinson, Destination Chesterfield’s Peter Swallow and Tom Ingall of BBC Look North.

A total of sixteen awards were presented during the evening and Dan Boys, Creative Director at Audio Trails went on stage to collect the Creative Innovation award, sponsored by Creative Derbyshire. “We are absolutely delighted to be the first winners of this particular award. We were up against some formidable opponents on the shortlist and it is a real honour to be acknowledged in this way. It rounds off a great year for us.”

Mr Mitchinson added: “It’s fantastic to have everyone from our proud business community come together to celebrate their achievements in 2012. All the many entries were worthy of praise and our judging panel deliberated long and hard to find this year’s winners and we wish them and everyone else the best of luck for 2013.”

Jane Brown, Co-ordinator of the Creative Derbyshire programme stated, “We are delighted to be able to sponsor this award working with the Derbyshire Times. Celebrating and promoting an innovative creative sector in the County is one of our main ambitions.”

The full list of winners is available on the Derbyshire Times website.

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