Entering an award is a worthwhile process. Previous winners and shortlisted sites tell us why...

Putting your website forward for an award can be a daunting prospect but it is a worthwhile process. Not only does it force you to go through your site looking for small glitches, but more importantly, it gets your site in front of industry professionals.

Over the years, winners and shortlisted sites have spoken of the value of entering our Awards and this is what they have to say about the experience.

"It's a huge honour to have been chosen as The GWG Website of 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 hear of that." Aron Gelbard, co-founder of Bloom & Wild - Overall Winner 2016

"We realise it's important for our customers to see the advocacy and recognition of influential bodies like The Good Web Guide." Adam Black, co-founder of Button & Sprung - Shortlisted 2017

"We are very proud to win The Good Web Guide’s Website of the Year. We have a devoted and highly engaged community who continually tell us that TrustedHousesitters is an invaluable, life enriching service - this award will spur us on to continue to deliver a first class service." Andy Peck, founder of TrustedHousesitters - Overall Winner 2015

"It’s wonderful to be recognised for all the hard work you put in, but especially so when it’s an award that spans all categories and genres, not just the finance industry, like The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Award. It's an honour to be the 2014 winner and a fantastic achievement by my diligent and creative team at Nutmeg who constantly push the boundaries to deliver a world-class customer experience and bring innovative new ideas to the fore."Nick Hungerford, co-founder of Nutmeg - Overall Winner 2014

May 2017