Active Display Group Takes Out Myer 2016 Supplier Of The Year Award For Third Year Running

Active Display Group Takes Out Myer 2016 Supplier Of The Year Award For Third Year Running
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WPP AUNZ shopper agency, Active Display Group has been awarded Supplier of the Year in the Best Marketing Supplier, Innovation category at the 2016 Myer Supplier of the Year Awards. This is the third year in a row Active has won the award.

The awards criteria is based on a range of factors including financial performance, store support, delivery accuracy and timeliness, service quality and responsiveness to business needs.

Myer CEO Richard Umbers said the Myer Supplier of the Year Awards, announced last week, provides an opportunity for Myer to celebrate and recognise suppliers and business partners.

“Our partners play an integral role in bringing the love of shopping to life for our customers. Our business is undergoing a major transformation and the support of our partners enables us to deliver New Myer to our customers,” said Umbers.

In winning this category Active Display Group was short-listed against other finalists drawn from Myer’s extensive Marketing and Creative supplier base.

“Winning the award for the third consecutive year is testament to the excellent relationships that the ACTIVE Myer team have created with the Myer VM Team,” said ADG’s dales sirector James Ramsden.

“The award is true acknowledgment of the hard work of everyone at ACTIVE involved in the design, production and installation of work for Myer.”

“This award caps off another great year working with Myer. We have completed some major roll outs, including Denim Fixtures; refurbishment of the new Warringah and Werribee department stores; New Season; Trend Gallery’s; 3rd Giftorium bigger and better than ever featuring Australia’s number 1 selling product last Christmas – Personalise your own Nutella jar; new fixtures for the new Myer Hobart store; as well as new supply arrangement for ongoing design, production and the installation of the Myer Melbourne store Atrium display,” Watkins said.

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