Website of the Year 2011

2011 saw The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards grow in stature with industry experts judging the entries. The standard of entered sites was markedly higher and it was a tough call choosing twenty-four sites for the shortlist. All these sites demonstrated innovation, passion and a commitment to harnessing the full power of the web.

The winning site was announced by Jo Malone MBE at an awards reception held at The Royal Institution of Great Britain on 16th November 2011. WeFund scooped the top prize and was awarded the accolade of Website of the Year 2011.

Awards Reception 2011

Awards Reception

Held on 16 November, during Global Entrepreneurship Week, at the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
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Anyvan - A year on

Anyvan - A year on

We catch up with Angus Elphinstone, founder.
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Terms & Conditions 2011

Terms & Conditions

The small print for the 2011 awards.
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Which business awards?

Which business awards?

An overview of leading awards for entrepreneurs.
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The Also Rans for Website of the Year Awards 2011

The Longlist 2011

The sites that got through the first round of judging.
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Web Profile: Alison Cork

Web profile: Alison Cork

2011 judge, Alison Cork reveals how she uses technology.
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The Prizes

The Prizes

WeFund won a selection of prizes worth over £4500, with prizes for 2nd and 3rd.
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Shortlisted Sites for Website of the Year Awards 2011

The Shortlist 2011

The shortlist of 24 sites who were in the running for the Website of the Year Award 2011.
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