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Bluestorm Design awarded place on the North’s best agencies list for the 11th year running

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Bluestorm Design and Marketing has been awarded a place on Prolific North’s Top 50 Integrated Agencies, an independent index of the best performing full-service agencies in the north of England.

This is the 11th time running the agency has appeared in the list, which began in 2013, and is the only agency from Hull or East Yorkshire to appear this year.

2023/24 has been a good year for Bluestorm. The Melton-based agency has recently been presented a number of awards, one of which being the coveted FE First Best Website of the Year Award for the new site it built for Bishop Burton College & Riseholme College.

As the agency continues to grow from strength to strength, Bluestorm are preparing for their 25th year in business next year. The agency aims to continue exceeding expectations and win even more opportunities to support fantastic businesses and organisations nationwide.

Andy Cawley, Managing Director, said he was very proud of the agency’s recent progress, and the hard work and determination of the team. He said…

“Our 23-strong team works consistently to deliver the best possible results for our clients, and it’s great to have our success recognised with the FE First Best Website of the Year award.

“Being mentioned again by Prolific North in the Top 50 Integrated Agencies list is especially satisfying as it is compiled by independent researchers, and the rankings are based purely on commercial performance. It’s great to be counted amongst the best not just of our region, but of the whole of the north.

“We’re looking forward to working with clients old and new, and achieving even more as we head towards our 25th year in business.”

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9 February 2024

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