Bondholder Gravity Digital has been confirmed as one of only five finalists in the Best Creative or Media-based Business category in the UK's only business awards dedicated to the rural sector, The Rural Business Awards.
Run in partnership with the CLA and supported by MPs from across the UK, the Awards aim to recognise the achievements of businesses that operate in the countryside, work with the rural sector, or both.
Gravity Digital, which has an office in rural Bakewell as well as urban Derby, has been selected based on its work with the rural sector, as well as its contribution to the local rural communities.
Rural Business Awards joint founder Jemma Clifford commented: "Gravity Digital caught our attention for several reasons. We felt that their down to earth approach and drive to be accountable was a significant factor in their clients’ satisfaction (they currently have a 100% client retention rate) and this ethos is one that fits well with the rural business community."
Sharon Stevens-Cash, Director of Gravity Digital, said: "We are really pleased that our hard work, honest approach and accountable attitude have been recognised by this prestigious awards scheme and we are looking forward to October’s ceremony to find out if we have made it to the top spot. Gravity Digital is a real team effort and so this accolade is a reward for everyone at the firm."
There are 13 Rural Business Award categories, all of which will result in one winner and one runner-up. One of the category winners will also be picked to be the Rural Business Awards Champion of Champions.