Website of the Year Awards 2016

The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards continue to put innovation and online excellence at the top of the agenda. Since their inception in 2009, the Awards have been supported by celebrity entrepreneurs and tech experts including Sarah Beeny, Jamie Murray-Wells, Julie Meyer, Alison Cork and Kate Russell. The judging panel for 2016's Awards is taking shape and an announcement will be made soon along with an opening date for entries.

At last year's Awards, a reception was held amidst the historic surroundings of The Royal Institution of Great Britain, Nick Hungerford, co-founder of Nutmeg, was on hand to announce the winners, with The GWG Website of the Year going to TrustedHousesitters, the world's largest house/pet sitting network.

The Winners

The Winners

TrustedHouseSitters.com wins the coveted GWG Website of the Year 2015.
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Headline Sponsor

Headline Sponsor

the mission™, the marketing communications and advertising group, is supporting this year's Awards.
Excellence in Customer Service

Excellence in Customer Service

Feefo has judged the entries in this category and the following sites have been shortlisted.
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The Judges

The Judges

An impressive line up of industry experts will assist The GWG in the search for winning sites.
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The Prizes

The Prizes

The winning site will take home a number of prizes, worth over £9000.
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Category Sponsors

Category Sponsors

The Awards wouldn't be the same without our sponsors... find out more.
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Website Categories

Website Categories

New categories have been added for the 2015 Awards.
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Judging Criteria

Judging Criteria

Does your site engage the visitor from the outset? This is what we are looking for.
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People's Choice

People's Choice

Throwing the net wide open, any website or app can enter this new stand-alone category.
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Shining The Spotlight

Shining The Spotlight

Every week, one entrant gets the chance to feature in this interview series.
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The T&Cs

The T&Cs

The small print governing this year's Awards.
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MBJ

MBJ

We find out about the London based firm specialising in digital products.
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refund.me

refund.me

Eve Buchner talks about the user-friendly tool that turns flight delays into cash worldwide.
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Trouva

Trouva

Alex Loizou talks about curating products from independent boutiques, as found on Trouva.
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Home of Artisans

Home of Artisans

Belinda Hall tells us about the online destination for timeless objects, made by artisans.
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Healthista

Healthista

Anna Magee talks about the UK's fastest growing women's health website.
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Mumfidential

Mumfidential

Anna Tyzack tells us how she is inspiring new mums with her small but useful resource.
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Light Locations

Light Locations

Founder, Sophie Hitchens talks about the film locations rental company.
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SalesGossip

SalesGossip

Elizabetta Camilleri talks about curating fashion and beauty promotions to its 1m members.
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D2N2 Growth Hub

D2N2 Growth Hub

Lindsay Allen talks about helping SMEs navigate the complex world of support and funding.
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Family Business United

Family Business United

Founder, Paul Andrews talks about the global family business community.
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Kitchen CUT

Kitchen CUT

Co-founder, John Wood talks about the digital kitchen management system.
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Poetry.net

Poetry.net

Jordi Friedman, director of content and marketing, talks about the poetry database.
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