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Ignition Law win Digital Impact Bronze Award

David Farquharson

Ignition Law are delighted to have won Bronze Award for ‘Best use of Digital in the Professional Services Sector’ in the Digital Impact Awards 2016.

The Digital Impact Awards sets the industry-wide benchmark in digital stakeholder engagement. The event honours the best corporate digital communications work in Europe.

This year’s winners were announced on the 18th October 2016 at The Brewery in London. See the full list of Digital Impact Award winners here.

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