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Online survey provider shortlisted for national awards

Tewkesbury-based online survey provider SmartSurvey is in the running for two categories of the British Small Business Awards 2017.

The company has been shortlisted for the Online Business of the Year and Small Business of the Year.

The British Small Business Awards event is a celebration of the UK's small business sector, recognising the nation's best sole traders, micro businesses and small companies - as well as the service providers and advisers that support them.

The awards acknowledge companies for providing quality products and services to customers and for their significant contribution to Britain's economy.

Mo Naser, sales and marketing director at SmartSurvey said: "We are very proud to be recognised alongside some of the best small businesses in the country. It has been a fantastic year for SmartSurvey so far as we continue to win new business and hit new sales targets.

"Online surveys are the best method for tapping into the views and opinions of consumers. Customer-led, digital marketing is continuing to accelerate fast and we want to help marketers stay informed about industry trends so that they can continue to grow their businesses.

"As there is increasing importance placed on data security, the environment is ripe for expansion. With GDPR being implemented in May 2018, business is growing with organisations migrating to SmartSurvey from US-based competitors."

The British Small Business Awards ceremony will take place on November 1 in London.

Pictured: SmartSurvey directors from left to right: Abid Naser, Mo Naser, Aki Naser and Gee Naser

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