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The winning sites, apps and blogs that you want on your radar. We present The GWG Award winners of 2019.
Previous winners and shortlisted sites tell us why our Awards are among the best and worth entering.
For individuals who are creating compelling content either through the written word, video or social posts.
Boost your brand's online status, gain recognition from industry professionals and give recognition to your team.
Does your site or app engage the visitor from the outset? If so, this is what will be on our judges' radar.
Got a query about entering this year's Awards' programme? Read this article to see whether we've got it covered...
The companies lending their support by sponsoring categories in 2019's Awards, celebrating online excellence.
The winner of themission GWG Website of the Year takes home a selection of prizes to help boost their online profile.
We catch up with the founders of the company specialising in cool clothing for boys (and tomboys) from threenagers to teenagers.
We catch up with the founder of the luxury home organisation service to see how Covid-19 is impacting the business.
Alex Payne, Sky Sports presenter, announces AnyJunk as themission GWG Website of the Year.
Winner of the Small Business category in this year's GWG Awards, we caught up with company founder, Kate Peers to find out more.
These sites may not have reached the shortlist for this year's Awards, but they deserve a special mention.
Rewarding the very best the web has to offer, the shortlist represents a selection of useful sites and apps with something for everyone.
We talk to the founders of the online service making interior design affordable to all.
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