MRA Marketing sponsors Supplier of the Year at BMN Awards

Published:  13 August, 2014

MRA Marketing is once again a category sponsor for this years' Builders' Merchants News Awards for Excellence.

“Builders’ merchants and their suppliers make a significant contribution to construction. More than 80-85% of everything you see in the built environment has been supplied through merchants. These awards are the only ones that officially recognise and reward that,” said MRA Marketing’s Director Lucia Di Stazio, who is also a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Builders’ Merchants (WCoBM).

She continued: “We understand the pressures of sustaining growth over the long-term. That’s why we’re especially pleased to be sponsoring the ‘Supplier of the Year’ category for the second year in a row. We’ve been helping suppliers and merchants achieve business success through pretty tough times for the last 20 years.”

Judges of this year’s Supplier of the Year category are looking for strong evidence of service delivery, collaborative working, and innovation in product and marketing support to give themselves and their customers a competitive edge.

“Suppliers can make a huge difference to the success of Builders’ Merchants. Improving customer experience, sales revenue and profitability will be hallmarks of this year’s winner. If you think you’ve got what it takes, enter now at before 5th September!”

This year’s Awards ceremony is on 21 November at the Lancaster Hotel in London.

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