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ARRAN Sense of Scotland up for Herald Digital Transformation Award

Scottish luxury bath, body and home fragrance brand ARRAN Sense of Scotland (formerly ARRAN Aromatics) has been shortlisted for the Business Growth Award at this year’s Herald Digital Transformation Awards on Thursday 25th August. The awards recognise the positive impact that technology has on every aspect of life and reward Scottish businesses across all industries […]

Scottish luxury bath, body and home fragrance brand ARRAN Sense of Scotland (formerly ARRAN Aromatics) has been shortlisted for the Business Growth Award at this year’s Herald Digital Transformation Awards on Thursday 25th August.

The awards recognise the positive impact that technology has on every aspect of life and reward Scottish businesses across all industries and sectors who are using digital technology in new and innovative ways. This can include growth in terms of revenue, staffing and customer base, to benefit the people they work with, grow their business, deliver successful digital marketing campaigns, or completely change the way they are working on a daily basis.

Following a full re-brand, and despite the pandemic – which saw the brand throwing itself into supporting the local community by supplying free soaps to every island resident, as well as care packages for the homeless and NHS workers – ARRAN has invested in its online presence contributing to an exponential growth in turnover, new customer acquisition, brand engagement and website users.

Claire Logan, ARRAN’s Head of Digital and Ecommerce, commented:

“We’re delighted we’re selected as finalists for The Herald Digital Transformation Awards!

Being on the shortlist for the Business Growth Award recognises how we are expanding our business through the use of technology. We are so proud of our team and the hard work they put in to continue to develop our business.

Keep your fingers crossed for Team ARRAN!”

The other industry finalists up for the award in the Business Growth category are; ALTAR Group, Amity Fish Company, NoTosh Limited and Snappy Shopper.

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