24 March 2021

Boldspace nominated as Start-up of the Year at Campaign Tech Awards

Mike Robb


Boldspace is delighted to have been shortlisted by Campaign Magazine as Start-up of the Year at the Campaign Tech Awards.

The coveted awards, now in their fifth year, ‘celebrate companies that represent the industry’s trailblazing thinkers, imaginative clients and cutting-edge technology.’

The nomination comes just six-months after the launch of the agency’s proprietary data and analytics platform, BoldLens, which enables clients to monitor, track, predict, and react to developing trends around their business, across all communications channels, in real-time. The platform also monitors competitor performance across paid, earned and social channels, with the data used to identify winning opportunities on which the agency’s strategists, creatives and publicists build and execute campaigns.

Boldspace Co-founder and Managing Director, Mike Robb, said: “Fusing data and technology with creativity has been at the core of what we set out to achieve with Boldspace from day one. This is why we have built our own technology to address some of the major pain points felt by clients across advertising, marketing and public relations. Being nominated for these awards is great recognition that our approach and technology has made an impact. It is a huge accolade for our team, who have worked tirelessly to achieve a huge amount in a short space of time.”

The agency is also nominated for Best Campaign of the Year by a Start-up for its work with the Healthcare Workers’ Foundation – ’72 Ways to Help the NHS’.