Archer Hampson is delighted to have won two awards at the inaugural Mainframe Derby awards.

Taking place last night (Tuesday 24th April), the Mainframe Awards were an unprecedented opportunity to highlight and celebrate Derby’s talented creatives and their work.

Judged by Neila Butt, Head of Internal Communications and Engagement at BBC News, ARHA were presented with the Best Digital/Creative Team award.

Creative Director Jack Williams also won the prestigious Digital Ambassador of the Year Award which was judged and voted for by the public.

On receiving the awards, Jack Williams said:

I am absolutely over the moon. 2017 was an amazing year for ARHA, and 2018 is already topping that, so to win two awards in recognition of our work, really is the cherry on top of the cake for us.

I’d like to publicly (and rather emotionally) thank team ARHA for their hard work, ever-present professionalism and total dedication. They’re awesome. I’d also like to thank our clients, who by constantly pushing our creative boundaries, drive us to experiment and produce work we’re proud of.

Mainframe is an initiative that aims to bring together a community of digital and creative business across Derby & Derbyshire, enabling real business growth and jobs. They are part of The Big House, a collaboration providing sector specific support across the D2N2 area.