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I voted for Obama twice. I think he was a big lie. In the midterms, I’m going to vote the way Trump sees it.” Allison Chiddo, 56, co owner of a drug and alcohol rehab center in West Palm Beach.. Birmingham Post Awards winner OWB embracing the digital ageBPBA creative winner Oakley Wilkinson Bryan set to launch TV campaign for Tywcross Zoo and continue to growth in the digital sectorOakley Wilkinson Bryan won the creative category at last year’s Birmingham Post AwardsGet the biggest National stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMaking inroads into the digital market has become a key priority for one Birmingham Post Awards winner and proves the times have changed since it launched 16 years ago.Oakley Wilkinson Bryan was named the city top Creative, Communications and Digital firm at last November ceremony, something director Shari Bryan called a “tremendous boost” for the team.Now on the cusp of launching a campaign for Tywcross Zoo in Atherstone, the Digbeth based marketing communications and advertising agency is eyeing more expansion into digital services for clients.Ms Bryan said: “We are about to launch a TV campaign for Twycross Zoo and there been general growth in all areas of the business since the awards.”We also working on a campaign with a French partner which we can name at this stage.Enter the 2016 Birmingham Post Awards here “We launched a new online marketing division in the early part of 2015 and took on some staff dedicated to that area of the business, working on social media and ad campaigns.”It enables us to offer much more information about online adverts and better insight in terms of what client should be doing. We are now a full service agency but still able to offer creative still advertising and branding.”But now a huge amount of work is being done on social marketing and social media. It a huge part of our business.”Birmingham is now being seen as an increasing hotbed for creative, digital and marketing companies with major developments such as the expansion of Innovation Birmingham Campus contributing to the sector.On winning the award, Ms Bryan said it had been great for raising the profile of the 11 strong agency and an added bonus was to be crowned by the Post as opposed to an industry title.”We wanted to be recognised not only among our competitors but also among prospective clients and where they are looking,” she added.”Being a Birmingham Post award winner is also a great thing to tell our clients.