Evesham based creative design agency, Areca Design won the title of Midlands Digital Communications Business 2019 at the prestigious Midlands Business Awards.
Managing Director, Mick Hurst, was presented with the winner’s trophy at the prestigious Athena Conference Venue in Leicester. The packed out, black-tie event had representatives from businesses throughout the Midlands, covering a huge region from as far afield as Herefordshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Birmingham. The event brought together hundreds of professionals from all over the Midlands who entered the competition to find the best in regional business.
In October last year, Mick presented to the panel of judges in a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style interview. Areca Design’s technical innovations in web and mobile app development, and especially the cutting-edge augmented reality, really struck a chord with the judges who could see the potential for themselves. Mick commented: “after 10 years of hard work and dedication in providing innovative solutions and great customer service, it is an honour to have this recognition for the entire Areca Design team past and present”.
He continued: “due to the demand for our design and digital services, we have also recently moved offices to allow our business to expand. I foresee that in the near future we may have to recruit more staff to build upon our eleven-strong team – which is a good sign, especially in the current uncertain business climate”.
Now located in Market Place, Evesham, the creative agency offer the full marketing suite, including; brand design and development, exhibitions, signage and display solutions – along with a fantastic portfolio of print and marketing materials.
Mick said: “Over the last 10 years we have worked with some very prestigious national organisations and well known tourist destinations throughout the UK, along with supporting many local businesses and start-ups. The next 10 years looks even more exciting, as we help develop innovative and engaging technologies to educate and entertain.”