Digibrush clinches several awards | Sunday Observer

Digibrush clinches several awards

Over the past year, Digibrush, which provides digital solutions in marketing, bagged several global accolades, one of which was when Union Bank PLC was lauded for the Best Facebook Campaign at the CMO Social Media and Digital Marketing Awards 2017, in Singapore.

The winning streak continued at the SLT 01 awards, with Digibrush dominating the Digital Retail Segment recently. Digibrush won Gold in several categories, including the Best Digital Media Agency – Retail Sector, Best Website – Retail Sector, Best Digital Integrated Campaign – Retail Sector.

Digibrush also received the first and second runners-up awards for Best Digital Media Agency – Media and Publishing Sector and ‘Best Website’ in certain categories.

“2018 has been an amazing year for us at Digibrush,” said CEO and Co-Founder of Digibrush, Hashim Zulfiqar, commenting on the company’s achievements.

“These achievements are the successes of the collective efforts of Digital Strategists, Art Directors, Data Scientists, PPC Specialists, and Designers and Developers. Simply creating great-looking content does not suffice anymore,” he said.

“We don’t believe that ‘one solution fits all’. Rather, we specialise in design thinking, which focuses on the cognitive, strategic, and practical processes developed by design-oriented teams. This enables us to not only produce aesthetically-appealing solutions, but also to ensure that they are all functionally relevant,” Zulfiqar said.

“The recent awards aren’t all we have achieved this year. We’ve made other notable strides, such as increasing our customers’ e-commerce revenue by 175 per cent over the past 12 months, and I am thrilled that over the next 18 months we will begin rolling out an extremely unique product.

“The newest solution will involve automation and to a certain degree - Artificial Intelligence, and will create journey-based marketing solutions that will ensure that our clients reach their target audiences across multiple digital touch points,” he said.