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We are delighted to report that we have been given grocery award in the Trade Monthly 2017 Food & Drink awards. Indeed, we have the best training in the industry.

 

Trade Monthly

Trade Monthly is an online magazine that delivers the latest news from across the global retail and wholesale market. Indeed, the magazine prides itself as the go-to resource for those who work in the retails and wholesale industry. In addition to being a magazine, Trade Monthly is an information platform.

The company has over 60,000 monthly subscribers of its newsletter. And to satisfy the demand, the newsletter contains the very latest up to the minute news, insight and comment on the retail and wholesale market.

Trade Monthly also provides detailed online content and runs a respected and industry recognised awards programme. In particular, the award programme showcases, recognises and rewards the very best businesses from across the industry.

 

Awards (and grocery awards)

Making Business Matter's Best Grocery Sector Training Provider-UK Award. a grocery award

The 2017 Trade Food & Drink Awards recognises MBM as Best Grocery Sector Training Provider

Trade Monthly rewards and recognises the retails and wholesale industry businesses, and the dedicated individuals driving this enterprising market.

Trade Monthly view these stakeholders as supporting the global flow of goods to businesses in almost every sector. And that these dedicated firms are key to the fabric of our society.

A combination of votes and in-house research determines the awards. Respected industry partners gather the votes. The voting results matter a lot. However,  Trade Monthly carefully examines the past 12-months performance of each nominee. As a result, the awards are based purely upon merit.

We are delighted to have been given the award of Best Grocery Sector Training Provider in the 2017 Food & Drink Awards.

Darren A. Smith

About Darren A. Smith

Darren has been working in the world of UK Supermarkets & Suppliers for over 25 years. He began his career as a buyer at big 4 UK supermarkets and after 13 years he decided to leave to set-up Making Business Matter because he wanted to help suppliers and supermarkets to work better together.

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