BikeBiz Award 2011 winners: In their own words, part two

Brompton, Knog, CSG UK and Madison share their thoughts on their prize wins
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Over 200 members of the UK bicycle industry gathered at the Hilton Metropole, NEC, last month, to celebrate the prize winners of the BikeBiz Awards 2011.

Read the first set of winner reactions here.

Bike Brand

Brompton

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“To have the recognition from our own industry is a tremendous honour and means so much as it is from those who can compare what we have to offer with the world’s best. We have many ideas and plans for the future and such an award gives us the confidence and drive to keep at it!”

Will Butler Adams, Managing Director, Brompton

P&A Brand

Knog

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“We were delighted to be nominated amongst such well established brands. To win the award was a fantastic achievement. Knog is a great company to work with and having seen their plans for 2012, we've all got a lot more to look
forward to. Thank you to everyone who voted.”

Dale Smith, Accessories Director, Moore Large

Bike Distributor

Cycling Sports Group UK

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"I'm really, really pleased to receive the award on behalf of CSG UK on our second anniversary. We have been on a steep learning curve as we have grown significantly in a short period of time. All the staff have given 100 per cent to make us successful and we have a lot more to come."

Russell Merry, Managing Director, CSG UK

P&A Distributor
Madison

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& Distributor of the Year
Madison

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“Madison has great people, great systems and great brands, but above all we work hard, react quickly to the market and always try to put the customer first and it is always very pleasing to
have our efforts recognised.”
Dominic Langan, CEO, Madison (awards picked up by Will Fripp, Marketing Director, Madison)

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Richard Bean, events manager at Rouleur won the Alienation Digital prize draw on the Awards night, entitling him to a case of wine and a free digital marketing audit .

There are more pics over on BikeBiz’s Facebook page here. Thanks for Chris Keller Jackson of Crank photo for those.

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