Gravity Digital end their first year of trading and are announced as finalists in National Award

Derby and Bakewell based company Gravity Digital have much cause for celebration. Starting out last October, three are now five and have taken on over a dozen new clients to add to their retained business. Having just come to the end of their first year of trading, things are looking great!

Gravity have also been confirmed as a finalist in a top national awards scheme – the Rural Business Awards - the awards dinner is later this week, to be held at The Belfry in Birmingham. Gravity are one of only five finalists in the Best Creative or Media-based Business category so you could say they are chuffed to bits.

The Rural Business Awards are the UK’s only business awards dedicated to the rural sector. 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. The awards are sponsored by Janine Edwards Wealth Management Ltd, Principal Partner Practice of St. James’s Place Wealth Management.

We asked the RBA why we had been selected and this is what they had to say: “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. “We were also struck by Gravity Digital’s structured and proactive programme of community and charity-based initiatives that is disproportionate to the size of the firm, illustrating a belief in supporting its local community and economy, with a large proportion of those beneficiaries being rural. “Gravity Digital is one of five finalists in this category and they will all find out who secures the winner’s title on 13 October at the Belfry Hotel and Spa in the West Midlands.”

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