Wenta have been shortlisted for two award categories at this year's National Enterprise Network (NEN) Awards 2017.
The awards are for 'Enterprise Communicator of the Year', where there are 5 shortlisted enterprise agencies, and 'Enterprise Engagement', where Wenta is one of just 3 shortlisted enterprise agencies. Both awards relate to Wenta's communications and engagement strategy over the past year. Wenta's newly revamped website project was the subject of the 'Enterprise Engagement Award', a project that has successfully delivered a highly improved, new look, fresh, dynamic, client-focused and user friendly website.
Commenting on the double shortlisting, Jennifer Condon - Marketing Manager at Wenta, said:
"We're delighted to hear that we have been shortlisted for two awards at The NEN Awards 2017. The team have worked extremely hard over the last year to develop our newly launched Wenta website so it is a real pleasure to see us in the final list for these prestigious awards. We're looking forward to the 1st December!"
The newly launched Wenta Website Project is the subject of the 'Enterprise Engagement Award' that Wenta is now shortlisted for at The NEN Awards 2017.
Dawn Whiteley CEO, National Enterprise Network, said:
"The organisations featured on the 2017 National Enterprise Network Awards shortlist have all clearly demonstrated excellence in the delivery of enterprise support. It was clear from all of this year’s entries that there are some fantastic enterprise initiatives and truly dedicated individuals within our network. We’ve always been proud of the work of our members and congratulate everyone who has been shortlisted. We look forward to announcing the names of the category winners in December."
The new 'Welcome to Wenta' video was launched alongside Wenta's new website in July 2017.
Winners of the awards will be announced at The National Enterprise Network Conference in London on the 1st December. Watch this space!
For more information on The National Enterprise Network Conference and Awards click here.