After years of success with their music compositions, Chris Worth wanted to see how the business community viewed the company as a whole and so entered three high profile e-commerce awards. The results are plain for all to see, confirming our perfect mix of musical versatility and commercial innovation.
September 2003
Chris Worth Productions collected the regional prize in the nationally renowned e-commerce awards, beating many well established companies throughout the East Midlands. Receiving the accolade at a ceremony at Trent Bridge cricket ground in Nottingham, Chris said, 'These awards are sponsored by The Sunday Times, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Cisco Systems and are the biggest of their kind in the UK so to win such a major award is fantastic'.

July 2003
In July, county businessmen and women attended a glittering event at Lincoln Castle for the presentation of the Business Link Lincolnshire and Rutland Business Awards. Chris Worth Productions scooped the e-commerce award sponsored by UK Online for Business which promotes the use of information technology and communications throughout the UK. Collecting the award, Chris told the local press, "I am delighted we have been recognised by receiving this prestigious award less than a year since the website went 'live'. It gives a huge boost to all the composers and the many others who are involved with the project".

July 2003
As a regional finalist in the Broadband Britain Challenge Awards, the company accepted a highly commended certificate at Donington Park race track. It was a prestigious affair, hosted by TV personality, Paul Ross. Founder Chris Worth received his award from former championship boxer, Barry McGuigan. The judges were particularly complimentary about the Chris Worth Productions royalty free music catalogue which was praised for the innovative way it was helping to promote high speed ADSL connections throughout the region.

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