CR Worldwide has been selected as a finalist of the 2018 Amazon Growing Business Awards.
Tuesday 2 October 2018, CR Worldwide, Head Quartered in Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK, is proud to announce its selection as a finalist in the B2B Business of the Year category of the Amazon Growing Business Awards 2018 – the most credible and highly valued recognition of exceptional growing businesses.
Managing Director, CR Worldwide, David Gould said: “We are delighted to be a finalist in the B2B Business of the Year category. We constantly strive for excellence and being recognised as a finalist in these prestigious awards reinforces our vision of growth and underlines the hard work of the whole team.”
The Amazon Growing Business Awards were created by Real Business, in partnership with the CBI, in 1998. Now entering their 20th year, the awards are the most established and respected celebration of SME and entrepreneurial success in the UK and are the accolades that UK SMEs really want to win.
Doug Gurr, UK Country Manager, Amazon said: “The depth and breadth of this year’s shortlist proves why the UK is a great place to set up and run a business,” he added: “With a record number of applicants, there was a high level of competition in every category. I’d like to congratulate CR Worldwide and wish them all the best of luck on the awards night.”
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CR Worldwide has proved itself as a successful growing business from the list of international business the company has worked with over the years. Success stories include a reward initiative for Virgin Atlantic that achieved a 600% increase in redemptions on its long service program, a global channel program for Honeywell that drove a 1447% increase in sales claims and a custom sales and incentive trip for Hewlett Packard Enterprise that resulted in a 7% increase in market share and millions of dollars in revenue.
On 28 November, the awards will be held for the third year running at The Brewery’s famous Porter Tun room in Moorgate, London.