South Australian Business News

Digital Marketing AOK receives esteemed TITAN Women in Business Award

Anthony Caldwell
Thursday, October 19th 2023

Digital Marketing AOK has been recognised with prestigious honour at 2023 TITAN Women in Business Awards. 

The awards celebrate women who have consistently demonstrated qualities such as confidence, optimism, ambition, and integrity within the dynamic business industry on a global scale.

Originally established as Social Media AOK in 2012, this Adelaide-based agency was one of just seven Australian companies to earn recognition. Notably, it was the sole representative from South Australia and the exclusive Digital Marketing Agency in the entire country to be honoured in this way.

Simone Douglas, the mastermind behind Digital Marketing AOK, widely known for her advocacy for hospitality businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, and speciality gluten-free pubs, the Duke of Brunswick and Port Admiral Hotels emphasised the testament the award puts on our state.

This award doesn’t just place us on the map; it serves as evidence that South Australian businesses not only deserve a place on the global stage but are also leaders in their respective fields,” she said.

Out of numerous entries, Digital Marketing AOK’s submission, Empowering Change: A Triumph in Digital Marketing,” created for the Zahra Foundation, earned the gold TITAN award. 

Congratulations to the team at Digital Marketing AOK,” said Zahra CEO Kelly-Ann Tansley.

The incredible efforts of Digital Marketing AOK not only exceeded our sales target but broadened our reach and ensured our message was heard widely across South Australia,” she added.

This recognition not only highlights the quality of Digital Marketing AOK’s work but also underscores the notable accomplishments of women in the global business landscape. 

The TITAN Women in Business Awards serve as an inspiration for women entrepreneurs and acknowledge their invaluable contributions to the business world.


Anthony Caldwell

Manager, Marketing, Media, Communications
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