Tickbox Marketing’s “good with digital” ethos and strong community based record in finding tailor-made technological solutions for a wide range of clients has been recognised with an industry award.
The Bristol-based digital marketing agency has been recognised in Corporate Vision magazine as the Best Arts & Heritage Marketing company in the UK.
Tickbox works closely with a range of clients from the art and heritage sector, as well as other charities and businesses nationwide.
MD Claire Sully says their approach has always been based around close co-operation with clients, mutual learning and anticipating demand in order to be “ahead of the curve” rather than trying to fit square pegs in round holes.
“We are focussing increasingly on producing digital products that address gaps in the market discovered through understanding what our clients need and where there can be improvements in delivery or where needs are not being met,” says Claire.
Tickbox develops websites and apps, provides API solutions and delivers digital strategy consultation for customers in a way that links similar organisations together in order to spread costs and maximise the learning experience.
“We grow the client supplier relationship in partnership and develop a community of like-minded organisations, sharing creativity and ideas to raise standards and produce good results,” Claire explains.
“It’s a pleasure to develop good technology for organisations that do good for society,” she adds.
Among Tickbox’s recent innovations for the arts and heritage sector has been Volunteer Makers – a challenge app that helps organisations grow their volunteer communities.
The firm has also developed Hummingbird 3, a powerful content management system built specifically for use by charities and arts organisations.
Awards co-ordinator Laura Hunter comments, “The 2016 Technology Innovation awards only reward the very best from across industry. Being recognised is a real achievement.”