Full-service creative agency, Trident, have been celebrating now one, not two but three prestigious award successes.
The East Midlands based family-run business collected their Institute of Directors (IoD) Director of the Year Award for Family Business Director of the Year (East Midlands) first before nipping down to Wembley to collect an award at the National Family Business Awards in the Professional Services Category. They then heard that they are finalists in the Niche Business Awards – again in the Best Family Business category!
Kim Burrage, Managing Director of Trident said,
“We’re exceptionally proud. We’re a 31 year old family business and to receive this level of recognition for the work we do is an incredible feeling. Whilst the definition of a family business is a company owned by one or more family members, we really do consider our whole team part of our family so these awards are about celebrating all our successes and achievements.”
Added Adam Burrage, Managing Partner of Trident,
“Trident was set up by my Dad back in 1988 as a print management agency. Very sadly we lost Dad five years ago and since then Kim and I have run Trident. Over that period of time we’ve morphed from being a pure design and print management agency to becoming a full service creative agency intent of delivering memorable integrated projects that delight both our clients and their audiences. At Trident we treat every challenge as a chance to deliver something better than last time and we work constantly to improve our team and the work we do for our clients. We make time to listen to our clients’ needs and we promise not to baffle anyone with marketing jargon!
“The feedback we’ve had in response to these award wins from our team here at Trident, our clients, suppliers and even those we know only via social media has been huge and has really put a smile on our faces and a spring in our step! We’re very much looking forward to attending the national finals in LONDON for the IoD Director of the Year Awards in October and seeing what happens there, and to seeing where else this journey takes us.”