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Entries Invited for Sales & Marketing Awards 2006


Entries Invited for Sales & Marketing Awards 2006.

The Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand has open entries for its National Institute Awards for 2006 in the categories of Best Sales Person either Products or Services, Best Sales Manager Small Business or Large Corporate, Best Marketing Managers Small Business or Large Corporate, Best Entrepreneurial Marketer and Best Channel Marketer.

The Awards which carry the opportunity to win $1000 cash or sponsors product plus recognition by the National Membership of Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand and their associates.

Truly a peer assessed awards as the Awards are judged on what customers say, what the company says, what other members of the Sales & Marketing profession interpret of the results and are then judged by members of the Sales & Marketing profession who are all members of the Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand and the Awards are presented on Thursday 27th July 2206.

The Awards recognize outstanding people, the influence of the mix of customers, employers, and peers ensures that the person chosen either as a finalist gets recognition from a Certificate, or the final Award winner who is presented at the Award night truly is an outstanding person who represents the best there is in their profession in either Sales, Marketing or Specialty Marketing areas.

In the words of one Award winner from last year "I felt just so great when my customers congratulated me on winning this Award".

IN addition to 8 category winners there is also a Supreme Award winner presented by the Institute in conjunction with the American Marketing Assn which provides a trip to attend a Conference in the USA, and last years winner Rene Bro from 42 Below has just recently taken up his prize to go to Chicago and attend the Strategic Marketing Conference from the prestigious America Marketing Assn.

These Awards not only invest in people, but they also stimulate the future professional development comments President David Glover Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand.

For full details and downloading of the Award entry forms are on the website

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