AWARDS 2017

The Prizes

The overall winner will take home a selection of prizes to help boost their online presence.

AWARDS 2017

How To Enter

Drum roll! The Awards are now open for entries, giving websites the opportunity to get noticed.

AWARDS 2017

Categories

From startups to established household names, categories cover a wide range of lifestyle interests.

AWARDS 2017

Championing Innovation

David Morgan, Chairman of the missiontm, the marketing communications and advertising group, talks about the Awards.

AWARDS 2017

Judging Criteria

Does your site engage the visitor from the outset? If so, enter our Website of the Year Awards now.

AWARDS 2017

Shining The Spotlight

Every week, one entrant gets the chance to feature in this interesting series of quick fire interviews.

AWARDS 2017

Cellar Tours

Managing Director, Genevieve McCarthy, talks about Cellar Tours, specialising in food and wine themed private tours.

AWARDS 2017

Category Sponsors

The GWG is proud to have the support of the following companies, sponsoring categories in 2017's Awards, celebrating online excellence and innovation.

AWARDS 2017

Something Curated

Keshav Anand tells us about the website celebrating people defining new standards and tastes in London.

AWARDS 2017

Paybase

We catch up with the team behind this portal for end-to-end solution for payments.

AWARDS 2017

Givergy

Julian Sykes, founder and CEO of Givergy, the company offering a new and innovative way for people to support worthwhile causes.

AWARDS 2017

DoodleDirect

Kymberlee Jay talks about DoodleDirect and its creative visual communication solutions, for brands and businesses seeking to better engage with their audiences.

AWARDS 2017

MyArtBroker

Ian Syer, co-founder of MyArtBroker, talks about the online platform connecting art buyers and art sellers.

AWARDS 2017

Why Should You Enter?

Boost your brand's online status and gain recognition from industry professionals.

AWARDS 2017

Zen Educate

GWG Awards entrant, Slava Kremerman talks about Zen Educate, an Airbnb type model for supply teaching.