Geberit have been shortlisted in three categories for this years’ British Irish Trading Alliance (BITA) Awards.
The annual ceremony, which celebrates the hard work and success of BITA members, will take place on 19 October at the prestigious Savoy Hotel in London.
Geberit have been nominated for the Business to Business award, recognising companies that have added value to their customers’ business through an understanding of partnership, responsiveness and their customers own business drivers.
Other nominations for Geberit include the Charles Darwin award, celebrating those that have developed a product or service in response to a changing landscape; and the BITA award, acknowledging companies that are well aligned to BITA’s organisation and their ethos.
Discussing Geberit’s nomination, Paul Whitnell, BITA President, said: “Geberit Sales Ltd have supported and endorsed the BITA organisation and its members – working hand-in-hand with our organisation, sharing our mission and values.”
Lloyd Archer – Developer and Specification Manager at Geberit, commented: “It’s an honour to have been nominated and considered among such an impressive shortlist. We can’t wait to join our fellow nominees and celebrate the fantastic accomplishments made over the past year
BITA is a non-profit organisation that works to promote and strengthen business across the UK and Ireland within the construction industry.
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