Mobile Industry Awards 2018 – new B2B and Distribution categories for 2018


From the boardroom to the grassroots, the 2018 Mobile Industry Awards look to reward excellence across the industry.

With the awards now entering our 16th year, we constantly strive to ensure that our award categories reflect the fantastic job done industry wide.

So for this years event, we are delighted to announce a change to our well established and distinguished B2B, Service and Distribution categories, ensuring that the best distributors for Consumer Technology, Mobile Solutions and Emerging Technology can go head to head.

To support these changes to the Distribution awards, we are also announcing the addition of Best Recycling and Recommerce Service, Managed Services Provider of the Year and Most Innovative Service to our B2B , Service and Distribution categories.

Entries will open for submissions on Wednesday 28th February 2018.

– Submission deadline is Thursday 29th March 2018.

So what are we looking for in the winners of these new awards?

  • Best Distributor – Consumer Technology

The distributor that is leading the way in flexibility, speed and ingenuity, the core ingredients in giving retailers the right product at the right price, right now.


– Innovation: business technical services

– Financial and business success

– Adaptability

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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