Awarding Innovation: dotMailer Sponsoring Internet Retailing Awards 2014

dotMailer was built on innovation, so it should come as no surprise we try and support it wherever we can. Simon Bird, our CTO explains more. 

On Thursday 26 June 2014, One Mayfair, London plays host to the annual Internet Retailing Awards, which recognise innovation and achievement by the leading retailers across the multi-channel space. This year, dotMailer have the honour of sponsoring the coveted ‘Innovation Award’, which looks to celebrate the one brand that has been truly disruptive in the retail space.

 

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Chris Boddice, our Director of Marketing had this to say about the awards:

“We believe that innovation is what drives a business forward, what makes working in a business fun and one of the things that makes a customer care about a business. Innovation can only come from understanding a need and finding a new solution – an approach that has been at the heart of dotMailer’s success and why we’re so happy to be sponsors of this award.”

This year’s finalists are:

  • Argos
  • House of Fraser
  • Marks and Spencer
  • Tesco

You can read more about the nominations and their 2014 achievements in greater detail, over on Internet Retailing’s blog.

Our CEO, Peter Simmonds, will be presenting the award, and we’ll be covering evening, live via Twitter – follow @dotmailer and @etail for more details, and join in the conversion on #theawards. Check out the recap of the 2013 Internet Retailing Awards below:

 

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