Choose your SME Digital Leader of the Year


With voting for the winners of this year’s Digital Leaders 100 well under way, we wanted to let you know more about the 100 nominees who have made it onto the list across all ten categories. Today we cover SME Digital Leader of the Year.

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The SME Digital Leader of the Year award is specifically designed to celebrate a small to medium-sized business that, over the past year, has developed digital services for the public sector or wider society that have achieved a great digital transformational impact.

The ten finalists for SME Digital Leader of the Year are:


Since its formation in 2012, digital agency Appitized has delivered over 140 apps through the Apple Store. Projects include: solutions for NHS trusts providing vital information for doctors, nurses and paramedics; contract information data supply for the Cabinet Office; apps for sports brands; and many more.


Arcus Global develops and delivers cloud-based alternatives that offer improved services, transparent savings and a reduced carbon footprint.  The company provides the full spectrum of services, from consulting to deployment, and continues to work alongside local authorities to develop its advanced suite of line-of-business digital.


With software that simplifies popular websites, a phoneline that connects users with human help, and a remote-access hub for family assistance, Breezie leads the way in making the Internet easy for older users.


CDD thinks outside the box, bringing together ideas and communicating in alternative ways. Agency’s services include: Ideation, Emerging Technology, Digital Strategy & Planning, User Experience, Creative Design, Technical Build, Optimisation & Analytics, Digital Media Marketing and Hosting & Support.


An award-winning agency which specialises in cross-sector partnerships, Cospa works with companies and causes to make a difference. It has co-organised and led 11 tech trade missions to the US, India and Brazil and recently delivered a CEO Speed Mentoring evening connecting technology leaders and aspiring young entrepreneurs.


Over the last 18 months, Invotra has delivered an Open Source, SaaS publishing and collaboration platform to 1 in 5 central government employees. Passionate about open standards, transparency, and delivering real value, the company strives to ensure users are fully supported at all times.


Memset has been ideally positioned to embrace and develop new technologies, which is particularly demonstrated in the development of its Miniserver VM® virtualisation technology, the foundation of Memset’s cloud computing services. The SME is to be named Britain’s leading supplier of dedicated virtual servers (VPS).


In a bid to liberate its clients’ digital world, Studio Mashbo makes digital experiences more human and more understandable, by enabling online communications to flourish as part of its wider business strategies. The company delivers effective websites and mobile experiences, comprehensive web applications and creative digital consultancy.


Ve Interactive offers a suite of apps across its VePlatform platform, which help online businesses reduce bounce rate, increase customer engagement, minimise website abandonment and drive conversions. The company’s data set provides unparalleled insights into customer activity.


A creative economy consultancy with three main focuses: mentoring for creative agencies keen to grow; advisory service, project management and workshop facilitation, helping public sector organisations understand innovation and engage with the creative and digital economy; design Management consultancy.

You have until the end of May to select overall winners from 100 finalists across ten categories, including the SME Digital Leader of the Year.

Which SME will win your vote? The results will be combined with the deliberations of an expert judging panel to determine the overall winners, culminating in a black-tie gala dinner on 25th June at the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane in Central London.

Learn more about attending and book your table here.


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