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More supplier finalists revealed

Published: 28 March 2018 - Fiona Garcia
 

Following news of which innovative products made the shortlist for this year's DIY Week Awards, suppliers in the running for two non-product categories - Digital Investment and Retailer Support Initiative - can now also be revealed. 

The categories, which were brand new this year, welcomed entries from suppliers operating across the home improvement and garden industry that demonstrated they had made extra investment in online channels or has made great efforts to give their customers’ sales a boost with additional support.

The finalists in the two categories are:

Digital Investment
Akzo Nobel
Bosch
SmartPlant
Yale

 

Retailer Support Initiative
Akzo Nobel
Gorilla Glue
Henkel
Suki International

 

The shortlist for our retailer categories has also been revealed and can be found here

For more information about our other awards finalists, visit www.diyweekawards.co.uk

 

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