Start-up, HotShots Dubai, wins bronze at the UAE Web Awards
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun November 30, 2008 12:00 am

UAE. Local photography company, HotShots Dubai, has been awarded bronze for its website at the UAE web awards. Presented to the company last night, the bronze award was given based on online excellence and ease of navigation. The award is the fourth to be bestowed upon the newly established photographic company in the past twelve months. 

Commenting on the success Charlotte Simpson, owner of HotShots Dubai, said: “We are delighted to receive this UAE Web Award and will proudly add it to our collection of accolades from 2008 .

"There’s no doubt that this year has been challenging for all small business across the globe as the economic climate has become increasingly unpredictable. We see this year’s success as evidence that we have successfully maintained our customer centric focus amidst this uncertainty which is why we accept this award with pride."

Since December last year the company has won the Lloyds TSB Small Business Award 2007, the Middle East Business Achievement Award for Best New Company and for Best Small Business. HotShots Dubai was also selected to shoot celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey at the Hilton in Dubai and Henrik Stenson’s wedding. 

Following the quick succession of these business accolades, the company said it plans on entering images into photographic competitions to achieve recognition for the business on all levels.

 

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