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Lightning Strikes Twice for Thunderbolt Digital Marketers





I would like to emphasise the importance of the Surrey Digital Awards and their promotion of digital excellence.

Farnham-based web designers and marketing specialists Thunderbolt Digital were presented with two awards for their website for director Anthony Philipson at the 2017 Surrey Digital Awards, which took place at the HG Wells conference and events centre in Woking (Thursday 9 March).The team at Thunderbolt Digital are experts in web design and development, with an impressive knowledge of SEO, Social Media and Email marketing. They look after a range of high-profile clients including British Car Auctions, Surrey County Council and UCA Students’ Union. The Surrey Digital Awards recognises online excellence and encourages the growth of businesses’ digital skillset.Thunderbolt Digital’s double award-winning website was created for Director, Producer and BAFTA award winner Anthony Philipson, known for shows such as 24 Hours in A&E, Ross Kemp on Gangs, Our Girl and New Blood. The website acts as a portfolio for his work. Thunderbolt Digital’s creation won gold in the ‘Sports and Entertainment Website’ category and achieved bronze in the ‘Responsive Website’ category. As gold winners, the website is automatically entered for a digital award on a national level.Anthony Philipson said, “The team at Thunderbolt were fantastic to work with from beginning to end. Their enthusiasm, attention to detail and creativity towards my project resulted in a website that I am proud to showcase my work.”Two more of Thunderbolt Digital’s websites were selected as finalists in multiple categories. The Equinox Aromas website was shortlisted for the ‘Responsive Website’ award and the Oh Snap UK website was shortlisted in the ‘Marketing and Creative’ Website category.Thunderbolt Founder and MD Saybhan Delilkhan said, “I’m incredibly proud of the team at Thunderbolt for what they have achieved in a short period of time. It’s great to see our skills recognised at such a prestigious event. I would like to emphasise the importance of the Surrey Digital Awards and their promotion of digital excellence.“We work diligently to produce top quality websites for all our clients. Most recently we have built the prestigious Citizens Advice Hart website plus a digital platform for Woking, Surrey-based Avala Catering. We are working with a number of parish, town, city and county councils and charities. I would also like to thank our clients for giving us such exciting projects to promote. We are delighted that others have recognised our achievements. It’s fantastic motivation for us going forward.”LinksThunderbolt Digital: https://www.wearethunderbolt.comAnthony Philipson: http://www.anthonyphilipson.com/Equinox Aromas: http://www.equinoxaromas.comOh Snap: http://ohsnapuk.co.uk/Surrey Digital Awards: http://thedigitalawards.co/surrey/ENDSIf you would like an interview with Saybhan Delilkhan please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will be happy to arrange this.Further information available on request.Media information provided by Famous Publicity. For more information please contact Adam Betteridge at adam@famouspublicity.com or 0333 344 2341 or Tina Fotherby at tina@famouspublicity.com or 0333 344 2341.About Thunderbolt DigitalEstablished in 2013, Thunderbolt Digital was founded by Saybhan Delilkhan, who has over ten years of experience in digital marketing. Having previously worked in sales, Saybhan is passionate about delivering results for clients. He manages a team of nine, including specialists in web design, social media, digital advertising and marketing. The firm’s ethos is, work hard: play hard. To this end, staff members have a creative, fun work environment and receive free head massages from a therapist each month.





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