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Norwich marketing agency Fountain Partnership to face global competition for Google award

PUBLISHED: 18:12 19 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:50 21 September 2017

(L-R) Rebecca Lewis-Smith, Laura Jennings and Alice Rose, of Fountain Partnership in Norwich, celebrate success at the Google Premier Partner Awards for Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Picture: Fountain Partnership/Plainspeaking PR

(L-R) Rebecca Lewis-Smith, Laura Jennings and Alice Rose, of Fountain Partnership in Norwich, celebrate success at the Google Premier Partner Awards for Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Picture: Fountain Partnership/Plainspeaking PR

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A digital marketing agency will go up against companies from around the world in an awards ceremony organised by Google.

Norwich-based Fountain Partnership tasted success at the Google Premier Partner Awards for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) where it received the Growing Business Online award.

It was commended for its work with Camm & Hooper, which runs high-end event spaces in London.

The company was also shortlisted for the Search Innovation category, which it won in 2016.

The team is now preparing to represent Europe, the Middle East and Africa at the Global Google Premier Partner Awards in New York later this month.

Marcus Hemsley, creative director and co-founder of Fountain Partnership, said: “We’re ready to show our international colleagues that the way we are disrupting our own market to achieve success for our clients deserves global recognition.”

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