UK: Fashion Export Awards To Include Online Sales
"Our new category, E-tailer of the Year recognises the importance of online sales within the multi-channel trading environment and we hope it will attract both brands selling on-line as well as retailers," says Paul Alger, executive director, UK Fashion Exports.
Other categories are: Womenswear, Menswear, Childrenswear, Designer, Export Newcomer, Accessories, Intimate Apparel, and Small Business.
The 2002 UK Fashion Exports Awards will be presented on 12 June 2003 at Mezzo, 100 Wardour Street, London W1 by HRH The Princess Royal, President of UK Fashion Exports. Main sponsors include Royal Bank of Scotland, Marks and Spencer and Trade Partners UK.
Companies wishing to enter the 2002 Awards should contact UK Fashion Exports for an application form. e-mail: email@example.com
Companies: Marks & Spencer Group Plc
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