Birmingham-based digital media agency Gas Street Works is celebrating after scooping a clutch of awards in just one week.
The company walked away with two Creative City Awards at the ICC last weekend and also landed the accolade of best website at the Sage Business Awards.
Gas Street Works, which employs seven people at its Jewellery Quarter site, specialises in video for the web and uses its own site to demonstrate its skills.
All images on the site are moving video clips and the company also provides a secure area online for clients to view their work and for staff to access training material and share documents.
"We're absolutely delighted to have won all these awards," said director Neil Ramsorrun.
"This has been a huge transitional year for the company. Just 12 months ago we were a traditional video production company and rather stuck in a rut.
"Now we've undergone a complete revamp, have diversified into corporate multimedia and re- launched ourselves."
The company are now exploiting the rise in broadband technology and its ability to handle rich media.
"Video has traditionally been seen as a website bolton," Mr Ramsorrun said. "But we've seen the benefits of putting video and rich media at the heart of our site - with the growth of broadband we believe this has tremendous commercial potential."
The company has expanded into the advertising market and now offers web, email and mobile phonedelivered video advertising alongside 'older new media' services such as CD-ROM and DVD production.
The company also picked up the best Management Action Programme and Outstanding Business Development awards at the Creative City Awards - one of only two companies to win more than one category.
Music promoters Capsule also won two awards for International Development and Best Brand.
"We hadn't expected to win two," Mr Ramsorrun said. "It's given us the confidence to enter more categories in 2006. Next year we want to win the big one!"
The winner of this year's top Creative Industry award, sponsored by The Birmingham Post, was animation and digital effects company CharacterShop.
The company, which is based in the Jewellery Quarter, impressed the judges with its innovations, committment to training and growth from five to twenty-two staff over the past three years.
Designed by the city council, the Creative Industry Awards aim to recognise and celebrate Birmingham's creative talent.
The awards were also supported by Business Link Birmingham and Solihull, Screen West Midlands, Institute of Asian Businesses, Birmingham Asian Business Association and the Afro-Caribbean Millennium Centre.