Attending Glee, the leading garden and leisure industry show, was a great opportunity for Nathan Dodd to spot trends and anticipate products that will come onto the market in the near future.
Last year GardenSite won the 'Best Online Retail Buying Team' category at GLEE, the Garden and Leisure industry's major trade show. Senior Partner Robert Hall is delighted that we have again been nominated for this prestigious award to be presented at the 2016 show.
Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, GLEE is a show that we never miss and once more GardenSite has been nominated for the 'Best Online Retail Buying Team' shortlist, accompanied by some of the best known names in garden and leisure online retailing.
Robert was cautious about winning last year, not because he doubted GardenSite's credentials but the calibre of the other nominees was so high, with Amazon, QVC and other big hitters in with a chance.
Since our success last year, we think GardenSite has improved considerably with our buying team on the look out for an increasingly wide range of innovative and top quality products that we can offer our customers at the best prices.
So, if you agree, we would love you to vote for us again by visiting the GLEE website before 19 August.
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