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Filter Digital recognised for Innovative Use of Technology

Our Hotel Room Chooser platform makes the finals of Brit List 2018

Our Hotel Room Chooser platform was a shortlisted Finalist in the Innovative Use Of Technology category at the recent Hotel Designs Brit List. This means we have been listed in the top 75 influencers in British hotel design today.

The platform was judged by a leading panel of experts which included Gilly Craft (President, BIID), Charles Leon (Past President, BIID and co-founder of Leon Black), Lysbeth Fox (Director, Fox PR), Gerri Gallagher, former associate editor, Tatler) and Hamish Kilburn, editor, Hotel Designs.

More than 200 interior designers, architects, hoteliers and key-industry suppliers gathered at BEAT London on November 22, 2018, to celebrate The Brit List 2018. Oliver Morrison and Sarah Hunt from Filter Digital attended the event and enjoyed a great evening meeting the other award finalists.

Filter Digital CEO Oliver Morrison said, “We’re incredibly pleased that since its initial launch we have processed tens of thousands of bookings through Hotel Room Chooser, and it has been an unequivocal success for our partners. We are therefore thrilled that the platform has been recognised and reviewed by leading experts for its innovation in tech.”

Hamish Kilburn, editor of Hotel Designs and head judge, said:

“Put simply, Hotel Room Chooser taps into the growing demand of interactivity and guests wanting a personalised service from check in to check out”.

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