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Omobono awarded one of the UK’s top business accolades

We’re delighted to announce that Omobono has been recognised in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2016. We’ve been given the award for International Trade which acknowledges UK businesses that achieve significant revenues from export.

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Fran Brosan

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Fran’s focus is advising clients on the strategic role that digital communications and technologies can play in strengthening business performance. She is author of Omobono’s award winning research programme ‘What Works Where in B2B Digital Marketing’ and has 3 IPA Advertising Effectiveness Awards to her name.

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We’re delighted to announce that Omobono has been recognised in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2016. We’ve been given the award for International Trade which acknowledges UK businesses that achieve significant revenues from export.

The Awards are given on a recommendation by the Prime Minister and announced by HM The Queen on her birthday.

Our CEO Ben Dansie said: “When we set up the company we had ambitions to do great business communications work that delivered results for the best companies around the world. Winning the Queen’s Award is a great honour, and will inspire us to continue to do bigger and better work, at speed and scale, for our clients.

“The Queen’s Award will be a huge boost both in new overseas markets and in our new ventures including this years’ launch of our Appraisal and Onboarding products.”

Omobono works across the world, with major clients in North America and the Middle East. In 2015 we opened our Chicago office and are looking at opportunities to expand in both Dubai and Asia.

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