Geberit’s People and Organisational Development Manager, Matthew Hotten, has tasted success at this year’s British Excellence in Sales Management Awards (BESMA), bagging the Sales Learning & Development Professional of the Year.
Now in its 12th year, a BESMA trophy represents the UK’s highest level of recognition for outstanding sales achievement, while highlighting organisations who demonstrate best practice in sales.
The awards saw a record number of individuals and companies short-listed, with the standard of entries said to be ‘formidable’ by the COO of The Institute of Sales Management, Roger Bradburn.
Matthew’s award recognises him as an individual who has made a real difference to an organisation’s (Geberit Sales Ltd) sales environment.
The accolade is one of the most coveted awards across sales, learning and organisational categories.
Matthew commented: “Geberit’s motivation lies in accomplishing outstanding results, from our exacting products and technical know-how, through to our customer relations and team working.
“I’m therefore delighted to win at such a sought-after event with so many elite sales professionals in attendance.”
The awards, which took place on 26 October at Grosvenor House Hotel London, also saw Geberit shortlisted for Sales Employer of the Year, Key Account Director of the Year and Sales Professional of the Year.
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