A Kings Langley-based marketing and brand design business is celebrating its triumph at the Town and County Business Champions awards.
Creative Stripes, founded by Lydia Berman, recently received the Hertfordshire Business Champion award at a glamorous ceremony at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in London.
Creative Stripes outcompeted small firms with less than 50 workers from across the county to claim the top spot.
Lydia and her firm Creative Stripes helped small Hertfordshire companies thrive throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lydia and her team offer a variety of brand, design and marketing services to companies ranging from start-ups to popular brands, such as Lussmanns restaurants and Zwilling kitchenware. She advised businesses not just on marketing and design, but also on how to generate new income streams during the pandemic.
She said: “I’m so excited to win the Town and County Business Champions award. They have developed their judging over 16 years and the judges are all top businesspeople within their chosen arena. And it’s great that they not only recognise the work Creative Stripes has done, but also how important marketing strategy, branding and design – from print to digital – is to businesses in Hertfordshire. Our work helps businesses thrive.”
To find out more about Creative Stripes, visit creativestripes.co.uk