Midnight Communications has been shortlisted for three awards in the forthcoming Sussex Digital Awards 2017.

The firm has been recognised for its stellar work in social media on behalf of Arundel Castle in West Sussex, for a campaign which has attracted around 4,000 Facebook fans and 3,000+ Twitter followers with regular creative and engaging posts.

Having correctly predicted an increased demand for video content a few years ago, the firm set its sights on incorporating video into the PR campaigns for several of its clients. Now it has been shortlisted for ‘Best use of video for business’ on behalf of Play Unified, a Special Olympics GB campaign, and BRITA Vivreau, a global manufacturer of purified drinking water systems.

“We’re thrilled to be recognised for our digital work,” said Account Director Flo Powell, who heads up the Arundel Castle and BRITA Vivreau campaigns. “Midnight celebrates 22 years in business this year and we are still ahead of the curve – as being shortlisted for these awards clearly shows.”

Established in 2016, the Sussex Digital Awards is part of series of similar schemes which reward innovation and progressive thinking by businesses, individuals, events, charities or educational establishments.