Sparro wins big at B&T
The Sparro leadership team were stoked to attend the B&T Awards on Friday night at the Sydney Town Hall.
The digital marketing agency picked up Best Digital Services amongst some tough competition, while Sparro Partner, Cameron Bryant, won the Young Achiever of the Year award, recognised for his work beginning and leading the agency.
The agency was also nominated for Performance Agency of the Year. The awards were the business’s first entries into major media awards.
The wins come after a huge year, celebrating 5 years in business, reaching 30 staff, and winning work with Servcorp, Quay Australia, Kikki.k, Seafolly and others.
Sparro are currently nominated for 5 Google Premier Partner Awards, due to be announced in December.
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