May 10, 2012, 10:02 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The Lions' Lair, one of the North West's leading business innovation competitions, has recognised Leighmans.com in this year's awards ceremony. Leighmans was announced as the contest's winner by the expert panel of businesspeople and entrepreneurs.
At the Lions' Lair event this year Leighmans pitched the new iPrint, a corporate gift and merchandise product. The new item was rated as the winner by the Lions' Lair panel in a 'Dragons’ Den' TV show-style judging session.
At the Lions' Lair event 2012 Leighmans managing director Darren Leigh went before the judging panel to pitch the iPrint as the latest in innovative corporate gift ideas. The iPrint lets is an adhesive strip that lets people use mobile phone and handheld devices even when they are wearing heavy gloves.
Leighmans has received positive feedback from customers about the new iPrints, with companies citing mobile and commuting workers as particular fans.
Leighmans MD Darren Leigh says: “This is a real privilege and we're pleased to receive this award from the Lions' Lair panel. The judges obviously liked the quality of the new iPrint product we have sourced for our customers.”
Leighmans has offices in Bury, Lancs, and works with customers of all sizes - from SMBs through to blue-chip companies.
For further information, please visit www.leighmans.com.
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Leighmans.com was formed in 2003 as a Promotional Merchandise Provider. Leighmans are now a multi award winning company with household name PLCs as Key Accounts. The core business are derived from website sales often providing new and repeat business via customer recommendations.
For consecutive years, Leighmans have finished in the top 3 (finalists) for Top Distributor of the Year, as voted for by BPMA members (British Promotional Merchandise Association) beating over 3,000 competitors. Leighmans are Key Partners with our supply chain thus being able to offer better pricing and lead-times to our clients. Leighmans do not consider their company to be product providers but more marketing support suppliers.