The highly competitive Large Trader of the Year category is voted for by photographers and includes many of the best professional photography services from across Europe
Jill Roe, owner and granddaughter of company founder, Bob Fountain, said ''We couldn’t be more delighted to have won this award. This is Digitalab’s first industry award and a huge achievment for the entire team.''
This award reflects the focus Digitalab have directed toward the booming newborn photography sector. Through proactive and targeted marketing campaigns, Digitalab have spoken directly to baby and children photographers of all levels.
''The printing market has changed a lot in recent years and we have adapted with it to meet our customers changing needs, while at the same time sharing our expertise and knowledge. We use the very best materials, including Fujifilm Crystal Archive Professional Photographic Paper, offer a full suite of printing solutions and are on-hand to guide and advise when needed.''
This winning combination of experience and innovation, alongside the very latest state-of-the-art technology, has led to Digitalab being recognised as one of the most progressive professional photo labs in the country. It has also attracted a host of creative collaborations, most noticeably with Brand Ambassadors, such as York Place Studios, and a destination for hosting photography seminars, with guest speakers such as Fujifilm X Ambassador, Kevin Mullins at the end of June and founder of the Click Connection Corporation, Charlie Kaufman in July.
Jill summarised Digitalab’s success by saying, ''Winning this award has shown us that the hard work to understand the needs of photographers, our flexible and hands on approach and passion for what we do has paid off. It also means that we’re going to work even harder for more awards in the coming year and beyond.''
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