Both the expert judging panel and industry voters were impressed with the Programme that seeks to provide new ways for wholesalers to gain electro- technical product knowledge.
Margaret Fitzsimons, CEO at the EDA said of the win,
“This Award is recognition for our sector, and particularly the EDA members and affiliates who volunteered their time and product expertise to help create this training Programme. We share this Award with you all.”
Competition in this year’s EW Awards was fierce, with a record number of entries and a huge amount of votes across both manufacturer and supplier categories, with decisions proving tough in the judged categories.
The Awards, organised by Datateam Business Media, publisher of Electrical Wholesaler Magazine, recognises the best in the electrical wholesale sector – rewarding successful businesses, revolutionary products and outstanding employees for their contributions to the field over the past year.
Alan Dedicoat, voice of Strictly Come Dancing and the National Lottery welcomed guests and introduced critically acclaimed comedian, and host for the evening, Sean Collins, who entertained the crowd with a short stand-up comedy set.
Editor of Electrical Wholesaler Magazine, Hannah Hart said
“Tonight, the EW Awards has brought together wholesalers and manufacturers for an opportunity to celebrate our industry in its entirety, particularly the people who go that extra mile to stand out in their sector.
“It’s been an incredibly close race, and all of our nominees should be congratulated on their outstanding contribution to the trade. And I would like to express appreciation for our sponsors’ ongoing support. Their faith in what the Electrical Wholesaler Awards represents within the industry is essential.”
The event was sponsored by industry heavyweights: