02 Oct 2017
A Rainford based graphic designer and Chamber Member who started his business aged just 21, has been nominated for a top industry accolade.
James Hamilton, Creative Director of PixelTree Media is a finalist for the Young Digital Entrepreneur of the Year. The awards programme, which has honoured Britain’s online entrepreneurial talent for over a decade, recognises entrepreneurs who are excelling in the digital platform.
James said: “I’m absolutely delighted to have been nominated for such a prestigious award in a highly competitive arena, by expert judges in the digital industry. It certainly feels like recognition for the last five years of hard work and personal sacrifice of both time and money. Setting up a business aged 21 was a big step and I’m really proud to have been recognised for my achievements in business at a young age.”
With a passion for all things creative, James founded PixelTree Media in 2012 and works across industry sectors in IT, Financial Services and Leisure for companies both large and small.
James has business aspirations to grow the company rapidly over the next five years and to build a dynamic, enthusiastic and dedicated team to help drive the company forward by employing ambitious and hard-working individuals who are passionate about digital and design.
He said: “I’m committed to PixelTree becoming one of THE go to agencies in the North West with a reputation for high quality, cutting edge design providing customers with a significant return on their investment with us. We strive to build strong, long lasting relationships with all our clients and this will ensure we reach our goals setup over the next 5 years.”
“To win the award would mean the world to me. It would not only be huge recognition for me personally but for the team who has supported me at every step. An award win would also ensure a big platform from which to further develop, grow and expand the business.”
Award winners will be announced at a special gala dinner on 22nd November 2017 at the iconic Principle Hotel in the heart of Manchester City Centre.