Entries closing for Retail Growth Awards

ferrier hodgson retail growth awardRetailers wishing to enter Ferrier Hodgson and Inside Retail‘s inaugural 2014 Retail Growth Awards have one week left to finalise their entry.

The first of its kind award aims to recognise and celebrate Australian retailers based on profit and growth, setting it apart from almost all other retail awards in Australia which revolve around a host of other factors such as marketing, retail execution, and branding.

The awards are open to Australian businesses with a turnover of more than $20 million and EBITDA of $2 million.

To be eligible, entrants must derive 50 per cent of income from retail sales.

All private companies entering the awards will receive a 12 month subscription to Inside Retail PREMIUM, valued at $495.

Private companies will also have the opportunity to win a consulting package from Azurium valued at $20,000 by submitting what they consider to be the key success drivers for retail growth in Australia in 100 words or less.

Winners of the Azurium prize can choose from three consulting packages, including customer analytics insights, a strategic planning workshop, or business model review.

Winners and rankings of the Ferrier Hodgson Retail Growth Awards will be revealed in Inside Retail’s 2015 annual Australian Retail Outlook publication, available in January 2015.

The awards are open to both private and public retailers, with entries closing November 15.

To download a submission form, visit www.ferrierhodgson.com/au/awards.

For more information about the Ferrier Hodgson Retail Growth Awards, contact Christos Kyriakides at awards@fh.com.au, or (03) 9604 5119.

 

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