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Vote for Dotty Fish in the Amazon UK Small Business Awards

By Chris Dawson October 15, 2019 - 11:42 am

There’s excitement here at Tamebay Towers as one of our chums is a finalist in the Amazon UK Small Business Awards 2019 and we’d like to invite you to vote for them. Helen Chapman of Dotty Fish didn’t even know she had entered the awards as Ruth, head of marketing at Dotty Fish, did a secret entry and now they’re through to the finals!

“Small businesses like Dotty Fish are the backbone of Amazon’s drive for offering customers great value, selection and convenience. These awards give us the opportunity to recognise and showcase some of the most impressive small businesses in the UK, and help others learn from their successes, and we are thrilled to be able to offer the winners a trip to our global head office in Seattle.”
– Simon Donegan, Head of UK Seller Services, Amazon

Dotty Fish

Based in Farnborough, Dotty Fish creates beautiful shoes for little ones that helps them look good while encouraging the development of their feet. The company has been shortlisted for the Exporting Small Business of the Year Award. Helen has been a massive supporter of Tamebay over the years and now we’d like to return the favour and encourage you to vote for her in the Exporting Small Business of the Year category. It’ll only take seconds and you’ll be entered into a draw to win one of a hundred Amazon UK gift cards worth £100 each.

“We’re so excited to be nominated for an Amazon Small Business Award. We are a small team who have worked together for a number of years and it means the world to us.

Knowing that of all small businesses Amazon has selected us is a win in itself. Having them recognise our performance has been so encouraging. As a new mum setting up a business 13 years ago, I would never have dreamed this is where it would lead to. It is a real boost to Dotty Fish, and we are so excited about the opportunity and what the future has to offer.”
– Helen Chapman, Managing Director, Dotty Fish

About the Amazon UK Small Business Awards

Small Business winners from each category, due to be announced on 4th December, will receive a prize package including six months of dedicated account management, £10,000 of Amazon advertising credit, and a trip to Amazon’s Seattle head office to meet senior business leaders and receive 1-2-1 training on growing their business.

The nominees have been evaluated on a range of criteria in keeping with Amazon’s own customer obsession and dedication to offering the best available product selection and utmost convenience. The awards aim to identify small businesses that demonstrate deep customer centricity; that offer unique products that address customer needs innovatively; and that have a truly inspiring origin and company vision.

The full Amazon Small Business Awards shortlist

There are three awards categories and you can vote for one small business in each category. Whilst we love Dotty Fish, if you don’t vote for Helen make sure you vote for one of the other award winners to support your favourite small businesses.

Small Business of the Year Award

  • Free Soul, based in London
  • Gamely Games, based in Brighton
  • Life’s Little Recipes, based in Devon
  • Little Soap Company, based in Worcestershire
  • Rock Star Academy, based in Leicestershire

Vote here

Innovative Small Business of the Year Award

  • Bearhug, based in Cardiff
  • Disposable Green, based in Middlesex
  • Sandy Leaf Farm, based in Oxfordshire

Vote here

Exporting Small Business of the Year Award

  • Dotty Fish, based in Hampshire
  • Naissance, based in Neath Port Talbot
  • Niré, based in Tyne and Wear

Vote here

  • 2 months ago

    All at Linnworks voted 🙂

    • 2 months ago

      Oh thank you, we really appreciate all the support. Kind regards Helen

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