Imagen wins Cambridge Digital Award


Imagen wins Cambridge Digital Award

Imagen was the proud recipient of the Gold Award in the Use Of Video For Business category at the Cambridge Digital Awards last Thursday. The winning video, an introduction to the latest features in Version 4 of Imagen’s award-winning enterprise video platform, was picked above other nominees for the way it incorporated a rich variety of material in a fast-paced and polished video.

The Cambridgeshire Digital Awards celebrate online achievements of businesses, charities and schools in the region with accolades being awarded across fifteen categories being presented to the most deserving organizations. A panel of 18 independent, highly-experienced industry professionals were tasked with assessing a highly diverse variety of media, from numerous sectors.

“We have worked on a number of successful projects with our video production partner, Origins of Motion, who helped us to create and produce this video. It is great for both of us that it has been received so positively.”

Ian Mottashed, VP Marketing, Imagen Ltd.

This year was the second time that the Digital Awards, which take place across the country in individual counties, had taken place in Cambridgeshire. Additionally, all 2016 Gold Award winners from across the country, including Imagen, will also entered into The Digital Awards Champions which is voted for by the public, with the winning organization announced early 2017. Voting opens on the 1st of December.

Ian Mottashed

Ian Mottashed

Ian is one of the longest-standing members of the Imagen (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) story. Our VP Marketing, not content with everything else he has to coordinate, somehow also manages to find time to lend his hand to a blog post or two.

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