Amaya Sales UK wins again

L-R: Kathrin Buhl, Chris Govier, Brendan Mangan, Julian Wright, Lea Duckwitz, Charlotte Darling and Peter Wright

On Friday, February 7, Amaya Sales UK was handed the Best Sales and Marketing Partner for 2019 award from Kornit Digital at the company’s EMEA regional 2020 Kick Off meeting held in Hamburg.

Awards were handed out to partners and employees alike.

Julian Wright, sales director of Amaya, said: “This is our second award from Kornit Digital having only been a partner with them for two-and-a-half years, so quite an achievement for us. It is great to be recognised by a brand as significant as Kornit in this industry who are leading the way in innovation and sustainability. I’m really excited about what the future holds. The winner is voted for by the whole team at Kornit, but of course it couldn’t be achieved without the efforts of the whole team at Amaya.”

Brendan Mangan, regional manager at Kornit Digital, added: We are extremely lucky to find a partner who like us believes that the customer experience is our top priority. Amaya go above and beyond to demonstrate that when you make a purchase from Kornit or our partners you not only get an amazing system, but you also get the full solution, service and support. The Amaya team have not only exceeded their targets year on year, but most importantly become part of the Kornit family.”

The annual Kick Off meeting is organised for all of Kornit’s EMEA partners, where attendees are updated on new product developments and provided with an insight into Kornit’s plans for the year ahead. At last year’s event Amaya was handed an award for customer service.

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