Belfast entrepreneur announced as finalist at the 2022 Digital Women Awards

  • Ellie McBride, CEO of Calibrated Concepts, has been announced as a finalist for Website Designer of the Year and Freelancer of the Year at the 2022 Digital Women Awards.

    The Digital Women Awards celebrates women from their community and beyond who are doing incredible work in digital and business. 

    The Awards are open to any and all women working in digital industries and entrepreneurship, and entrants go through a rigorous judging process by their esteemed panel. 

    Commenting on the awards, Lucy Hall, Community Lead and Founder of Digital Women said: “We are really excited to celebrate once again all of the incredible women going over and above and doing truly amazing things in the digital space. This is a significant time to celebrate businesswomen, entrepreneurs and all people in digital industries. I'm so glad we get to recognise all of these fantastic achievements from our community and beyond at the Digital Women Awards 2022.”

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    Ellie McBride has been announced as a finalist for Website Designer of the Year and Freelancer of the Year at the awards.

    Ellie is the CEO of Calibrated Concepts, a website and system design business that specialises in helping small businesses simplify their operations with a dash of tech.

    The Digital Freelancer of the Year Award recognises and celebrates women who are working independently and flexibly, often carrying out more than one specialism.

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    The Role Based Awards recognise and celebrate women in Digital Based Roles, from social media managers to SEO practitioners and everything in between. The judges look at achievements and results over the past year.

    Commenting on the news, Ellie McBride, CEO of Calibrated Concepts said: “It feels incredibly special to have my work recognised by Digital Women and to be included in a group of such accomplished women, throughout the UK.”

    Source: Written from press release.

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