EAST CAMBS BUSINESS AWARDS 2014: CamOuse Financial Management wins Business Website of the Year award

PUBLISHED: 15:07 06 October 2014 | UPDATED: 15:07 06 October 2014

Ely Business Awards 2014

Ely Business Awards 2014

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CamOuse Financial Management, based on Lancaster Way Business Park, won the award for having a user-friendly website and for its strong use of social media.

The company specialises in providing unbiased advice for individuals, businesses and trustees on investments, pensions, protection and mortgages.

The judges said: “This modern site not only embraces the design and style of the company’s existing branding but also caters for access from any device with a user friendly experience.

“The company is very proactive with its use of social media and blogging and through analytics then reports and feeds back to its staff to help identify trends and aid further improvements.”

The award is sponsored by Greys of Ely.

Highly commended:

Sigma Embroidery, Littleport

Specialises in personalising clothing and gifts through embroidery and printing. Clients include businesses requiring corporate/work wear, local clubs and groups to individuals.

Chippy Chat, Ely

A new multi-channel platform targeting all chip shop and fast food owners. With printed, electronic and online editions available, its aim is to produce the benchmark for the industry and provide a perfect medium between the outlet and their suppliers.

PA Answer, Ely

A telephone answering and comprehensive business support service company, staffed by virtual PAs, built on traditional business values and exceptional customer service.

Advanced Aircraft Training, Lancaster Way

A global provider of European Aviation Safety Agency Part 147 aircraft type training and other aviation courses. It has trained more than 5,000 engineers.


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