Rufus Leonard named Best Digital Agency at Digital Experience Awards

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We’re delighted to announce that Rufus Leonard has won the ‘Best Digital Agency’ title at the Digital Experience Awards 2019, which took place on July 12th at Park Plaza Riverbank, London. 

Now in its 5th year, the UK Digital Experience Awards (UKDXA) continues to celebrate the ways digital technology is used to enhance customer experience. The awards provide a platform for organisations and individuals to celebrate the partnerships they have formed and be rewarded for their digital innovation and customer-centric culture.

They are judged by an independent panel of business professionals through both a written entry and a live presentation on the day of the finals; with many of the presentations being open to spectators.

The UKDXA’s thorough entry process has been accredited with the prestigious Gold Awards Trust Mark from the Independent Awards Standards Council. To win or be shortlisted at the UKDXA is a great honour.

This accolade recognises the work we have delivered over the past 12 months for major brands including, BBC, The Gym Group, British Red Cross, London Business School and Lloyd’s Register.

In addition, Rufus Leonard and The Gym Group were awarded bronze for ‘Best Digital Change & Transformation – Project/Platform’.

Rufus Leonard

Ever since our founders, Neil and Darrel, started Rufus Leonard 29 years ago, we have been helping businesses create extraordinary experiences for their colleagues and their customers across all touchpoints. We do this with an engineering mindset, which means we’re both visionary thinkers and detailed doers. We believe this holistic approach is critical for success in an increasingly complex world. Our integrated offer enables us to design, build and fine-tune the engines of Extraordinary Brand Experience – Organisational Engagement, Brand Optimisation, Service Design & Build and Technology. Supporting brands like Lloyds Banking Group, British Gas, Reckitt Benckiser, Royal Mail, Stagecoach, BBC and Aggreko.