The Indian arm of the global leader in printer cartridge recharging - Cartridge World has recently been recognized with two prestigious awards at the Economic
Online PR News – 21-November-2010 – – The Indian arm of the global leader in printer cartridge recharging - Cartridge World has recently been recognized with two prestigious awards at the Economic Times Retail Awards 2010. An award of this stature is probably a first for both the Printer Cartridges Remanufacturing Industry & Franchising in India. They won the awards in the following categories
- Innovative Franchise Model
- Innovative Business Concept of the year
On this occasion Mr. Naveen Rakhecha, CEO, South Asia, Cartridge World said that: “This is significant achievement by itself. I take this opportunity to thank all our Customers, Franchisees, their staff, our vendors and the Franchise support team for having made this possible. Each one of you has made us all proud, as these awards well and truly belong to you. I believe this Award will encourage all of us to scale greater heights and do better in times to come as customer expectations rise.
He also mentioned: “The award is very special keeping in mind the rigorous process followed to select the winners (by Ernst & Young) and the brands that were competing for it (Big Bazaar, Tata Teleservices, TTK Prestige, Raymond's)”
About the ET Retail Awards:
The Economic Times with the support of Retailers Association of India (RAI) presented the first edition of the ET Retail Awards 2010 in Mumbai. The ET Retail Awards focuses more on innovations rather than formats. Nominees who have been most innovative across major aspects of retailing were considered for special awards based on a methodology involving the total scores across various categories. Applications received were evaluated by a set of jury members which comprised of people having significant knowledge of the retail sector and those who have contributed significantly towards the sector's growth over the years. There were two jury rounds where the screening jury evaluated every single application form in each category on the basis of certain set parameters to shortlist the top three nominees.
Ernst & Young was the advisor for the evaluation process
To read coverage: http://www.rai.net.in/ETM_2010_11_9_22-23.pdf