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Sales & Marketing Awards near deadline

PR Release For Sales & Marketing Institute

Award finalists in Sales & Marketing Awards near deadline.

The Sales & Marketing Awards, New Zealands only National recognition awards for people involved in the Sales & Marketing industry close on 30th June 2006, for presentation on 27th July 2006.

Last years award winner Rene Brois has just returned from the USA, from using his award which was provided by Air New Zealand for air travel and the AMA & the Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand for attending the conference of Marketing Strategy in the US comments on the value of his supreme award. _Attending the AMA conference in Chicago was a true professional highlight for me.

To meet and mix with 200 Marketers from America gave me a clearer perspective of how big and small companies work in the most competitive market in the world where the average consumer is bombarded with over 6000 brand images per day.

To listen to some key speakers present and discuss with clarity and knowledge their marketing experiences in the USA was fascinating. The networking in the evenings was a great way to meet and

These awards for Sales Person of the Year, Sales Manager of the Year, Marketing Manager of the Year, Entrepreneur Manager of the Year and Channel Marketer of the Year are peer reviewed with members of the Institute of New Zealand and sponsors all judging the award entries based on the story of the award, testimonials from companies and testimonials from customers so they are truly people who have acceded their best.

More details about the awards can be found on the website of the Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand www.salesmarketing.org.nz

The award categories are still open but we will be publishing the list of finalists immediately after the 30th June 2006 and then the award winners on the night of 27th July 2006.

ENDS

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