Nemo Office Club has been shortlisted for the annual Boss Award for Campaign of the Year, they also have a representative in the E-Business Award shortlist and their members make up three of the four finalists in the Independent Retailer Award.
Stationery Supplies, Copylink and Suttles of Malden have each made the final four in the retail category, with Group MD Tim Beaumont not surprised by the announcement: “Throughout lockdown we held regular zoom meetings and maintained close contact with all our members, during that period I was amazed at the positivity and togetherness from the retailers. We are proud to be considered the leading group for retail dealers, all three of the selected finalists played a pro-active part in meetings and worked with us supporting approved suppliers and utilising our marketing, I am not surprised to see their names on the shortlist, any one of them would be a worthy winner.”
Also amongst the finalists from Nemo Office Club are online experts, Don Ruffles, short-listed for the E-Business Award. And, it is not just Nemo Office Club members getting their names on the shortlist, the group has been shortlisted in the Campaign of the Year award for its ground-breaking Keep It Local campaign that has seen interaction on a local level through members, and on a national scale with Boris Johnson and Michael Gove amongst the list of MPs receiving letters about the need to support local businesses more.
The winners will be announced at the Boss Annual Awards Dinner on Thursday 25th November.