Manchester based eCommerce software solution provider Maginus is sponsoring the ‘B2B Website of the Year’ category at this year’s Northern Ecommerce Awards (NECAs), set to take place at The Point, Emirates Old Trafford on the 21st September 2016.
The NECAs will feature 23 categories recognising exceptional websites, platforms, suppliers, in house teams and agencies in the sector and will be the North’s biggest celebration of E-Commerce success and talent.
All entries will be subject to a rigorous two stage judging process including pre-scoring to determine shortlists and a meeting where entries are discussed and evaluated in detail to decide the winning entries. The judging panel will consist of esteemed industry leaders and experts.
Mark Thornton, Maginus’ Director of Marketing commented: “The use of eCommerce solutions in the B2B sector is starting to accelerate as more businesses are expanding their online offerings. It is an area Maginus specialises in, working with B2B businesses to develop their online presence, so we know inside out what is required to grow an existing eCommerce site and feel passionately that those businesses that do so successfully deserve recognition.
“The entire eCommerce sector in the North of England is booming, driving innovation across the industry and it is fantastic that the NECAs are recognising this. We are proud to be part of the Northern eCommerce eco-system and we are delighted to be supporting such a great initiative.”
Maginus works extensively with B2B organisations, helping them make the move online, with customers including Aldridge, 2 Sisters Food Group and Co-op Electrical.
The deadline for entries to the NECAs is 17th June with shortlists announced on 14th July.
"The use of eCommerce solutions in the B2B sector is starting to accelerate as more businesses are expanding their online offerings."
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