Sales Partnerships recognizes organizations demonstrating the highest ethical standards in sales
Winners of the 2022 Stevie® Awards for Sales & Customer Service were announced in February, but winners of one special category, sponsored by longtime Stevie Awards sponsor Sales Partnerships, were announced today.
The Sales Partnerships Ethics in Sales Award recognizes organizations for best practices and achievements in demonstrating the highest ethical standards in sales. Nominees submitted specific examples, case studies, practices, etc., illustrating why their organization should be considered an excellent practitioner of both successful and ethical sales. This year’s award looked at accomplishments since the beginning of 2020.
A review panel assembled by Sales Partnerships assessed the nominations in this category and chose the following winners for 2022:
GOLD STEVIE WINNER:
SILVER STEVIE WINNER:
BRONZE STEVIE WINNERS:
- Ace Office, Houston, TX USA
- AMOpportunities, Chicago, IL USA
- Augusta Precious Metals, Casper, WY USA
- Desiderate, Thirroul, NSW, Australia
- Groove, San Francisco, CA USA
- Inside Out Training, Brisbane, QLD Australia
- Raken, Carlsbad, CA USA
- The Speech Academy, Easton, CT and Somers, CT USA
- VMWare, Palo Alto, CA USA
Sales Partnerships, Inc., which provides turnkey, outsourced selling solutions, is a sponsor of the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service program for the sixth consecutive year.
Maggie Miller, president of the Stevie Awards, said she is looking forward to having the longtime Stevie Awards sponsor present these awards during the May 11 virtual awards ceremony of the Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service: “We are gratified that Sales Partnerships has decided to recognize those who not only succeed in sales at their organizations but who do so in a particularly ethical manner. The judges were especially impressed with those organizations that increased their ethical practices while others were facing the hardships of COVID-19. We congratulate all the 2022 Stevie winners.”