Sagittarius Crowned Best User Experience Winners at 2017 Travolution Awards.

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The team have been celebrating yet another award win this week following the 2017 Travolution Awards Gala evening which was held last night at London’s Troxy, where Sagittarius collected the Best User Experience Website award for their work with travel giant Contiki.

The Travolution Awards recognise businesses within the UK’s travel industry that excel in innovation and excellence online. Winning the award simply reaffirms Sagittarius’ reputation for building the most beautiful and technically brilliant websites in the travel marketing sector.

Agency CEO Paul Stephen added: “I’m very proud of the Sagittarius team for securing an award at this years Travolution awards... It’s further proof of our amazing work within the travel industry and we are delighted to have had the opportunity to showcase this to the judges. At Sagittarius our focus is on delivering industry-leading user experience for our clients and great travel experiences to convert and drive ROI.”

Agency Marketing Manager Sarah Dennis and Account Manager Lauren Hill collected the award alongside Will Weeks of Contiki.

Congratulations to all of those that received awards on the night!

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Naomi is the agency's Head of Marketing & Communications with a strong background in Public Relations, events, Marketing and Brand campaigns.

Naomi joined Sagittarius in January 2021 to deliver exceptional external brand experiences, engaging internal communications and to assist with the driving of sales and the developing of relationships with key strategic suppliers.
 

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29 Nov 2017 - 4 minute read
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