Alex Payne, Skye Sports presenter, announces AnyJunk as themission GWG Website of the Year.
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.
Kate Hiscox talks about how her Instagram account evolved into a fashion blog with weekly edits on trends or clothes that have caught her eye.
We find out about the property consultancy that offers an alternative viewing experience for the B2B and B2C markets.
2018 saw a stellar line up of industry experts, lending their time and support in the pursuit of online excellence.
In our last interview of 2018's Awards, we talk to the lighting specialists about their startup.
Aron Gelbard of Bloom & Wild announces Great British Chefs as themission GWG Website of the Year.
These sites and apps are among the best of the web, as chosen by our elite judging panel.
These sites may not have reached the shortlist for this year's themission GWG 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