THE deadline is fast approaching for nominations in the Workshop Power Awards – so there’s no time to lose if you want to get involved!
We’d love you to take part in our great survey of suppliers who work with the service and repair industry – and the companies who are most highly regarded can look forward to a glittering awards night at the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth next month.
Last year’s ceremony was a fantastic occasion – and if our trophy winners (pictured) looked happy as they picked up their awards, it was hardly surprising.
If you click here, you’ll see questions about suppliers in categories ranging from motor factors large and small to garage cleaning product suppliers.
You only have a couple of days to take part though – our deadline for nominations is this Thursday, August 24.
All we ask is that you give us your honest views on the companies you use. It’s all done in complete confidence, so feel free to give your opinions with no holds barred.
Once we’ve received your answers, they’ll be fed into our Workshop computer and we’ll then be able to pull together all the data we need from the anonymous opinions.
By the end of the process, we’ll have an accurate idea about the suppliers that are at the top of their game, those that are average, and those that are not so hot.
Last year’s winners included Micheldever Tyre & Auto Services (Tyre Supplier of the Year) and Autotech Recruit (Recruitment Agency of the Year).
We’ll be sharing our findings to make sure your opinions are heard, so it’s highly likely that suppliers will make changes to the way they work with their customers based on the feedback they receive from you.
As we mentioned earlier, the survey is completely anonymous. We’ll be telling the suppliers and agencies what we found out but not who told us, so you can speak your mind fearlessly.
And as we’ve said, we’ll be holding a glitzy awards night to celebrate the achievements of the top performers, which this year will take place on September 28 at the Spinnaker Tower in Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth.
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