Awards 2016: Winners' Enclosure
Ranging from art to retailers and software accountancy, this year's GWG Website of the Year Awards showcase great sites.
Sponsored by the missiontm, The GWG Website of the Year 2016 was awarded to Bloom & Wild, the online flower delivery company disrupting the market with its letterbox deliveries of fresh flowers.
On winning, Aron Gelbard, co-founder & CEO said,
'It's a huge honour to have been chosen as the GWG Website of the Year. We are committed to creating the best possible experience for sending and receiving flower gifts, and a seamless online journey is right at the heart of that.'
Sponsored by FEEFO, Coco Bay was recognised for its dedication to delivering an outstanding experience for shoppers buying beachwear and accessories.
A one-stop shop for booking tickets for the theatre, arts and sport, with an engaged community, who showed their appreciation by voting for them.
Social/Community category. Helping you find trusted home carers in your local area.
Business category, sponsored by Search Office Space. Check out exporting opportunities on this government funded site.
Finance category, sponsored by Simply Business. Cloud based accounting software made with real people in mind. Aimed at sole traders and SMEs.
Charity category. Worldwide Veterinary Service is committed to improving animal welfare globally.
Luxury category. If you want to find out about great British luxury brands, this site should be your first port of call.
Travel category. The place to find family-friendly places to stay worldwide with reviews, superb imagery.
Arts/Culture category, sponsored by Streets ISA Chartered Accountants. Discover art using the artwork shuffle or browsing its rich content.
Food/Drink category. Bringing you the very best fresh produce direct from the suppliers.
Property category. Regularly voted the best in the business.
Education category, sponsored by The Good Schools Guide. Using technology to make learning appealing for children.
Homes category. A vibrant site offering personalised artwork.
Retail category, sponsored by Rakuten Marketing. The online florist with a fresh approach to sending flowers.
Best of British category. 'A fun warm website which makes you want to just dive in and get started.' - Rachel Bridge, business writer (judge)
Health/Beauty category. Helping people live happier and more balanced lives.
Gardening Category. A kind of 'Facebook for gardeners built around a database of 21,000 plants.'
Really Useful category. Disrupting the house cleaning industry with its easy-to-booking system.
Startups category, sponsored by Blue Array. The go-to site for parents of school children.
Corporate category. A book-keeping company offering a range of services, including online Xero tuition.