The Electrical Industry Continues Canadian Awards Program
EFC Awards Program Provides Opportunity to Celebrate Innovation Excellence in Canada
November 11, 2019, TORONTO – Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) is pleased to announce the 6th Annual 2019 Marketing Awards Program recipients. This initiative recognizes marketing excellence in Canada in the many areas of corporate activity contributing to the organization success in sales, marketing and branding. The Awards are open to individuals and EFC member companies of all sizes representing electrical manufacturers and distributors.
EFC members entered their programs in five categories: Social & Sustainability sponsored by Product Care; “Customer Event/Trade Show” sponsored by Electrical Line; “Digital Innovation” sponsored by Electrical Business; “Integrated Marketing” sponsored by Kerrwil; “Merchandising & Display” sponsored by Integrated Display.
The EFC Marketing Awards were presented on November 6th Future Forum “Business Marketing IQ:” event for marketing, sales and product leaders in our industry- Click here to view the 2019 recipients.
“The EFC Marketing Awards continues to grow with strong entries and promotes organization success and showcases EFC member programs to the next generation of workers in EFC’s Young Professionals Network and Scholarship Program,” said John Jefkins, Vice President Marketing & Communications, EFC.
“The winners of the 2019 EFC Marketing Awards program continue to showcase the most innovative, creative and affective marketing programs in the Electrical Industry. As marketers, we strive for excellence and I saw that in every member campaign entry submitted. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners“ said Tom Mason, Director of Communications & Business Development, Sonepar Canada and Chair, EFC Marketing Network.
About Electro-Federation Canada.
Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) is a national, not-for-profit industry association. Together, its councils represent 250 member companies that manufacture, distribute and service electrical and, electronics products; contributing over $10B to the Canadian economy and employing more than 40,000 workers in more than 1,200 facilities across Canada.