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NOLIMIT wins prestigious Gold Awards from Triumph


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Continuing to maintain NOLIMIT’s spectacular winning streak, Sri Lanka’s leading fashion retail chain secured two more glittering Gold Awards at the Triumph Sales Conference 2018 held recently. The popular fashion store has won Gold Awards from Triumph for several years in a row, amply proving that its successful partnership with the global lingerie brand has resulted in shining benefits for both retailers.  

NOLIMIT clinched the highly prestigious Gold Award in the category ‘Best Key Account Partner.’ One of NOLIMIT branches in Colombo won the second Gold Award for the ‘Best Key Account Branch of the Year 2017.’  NOLIMIT’s popular associate fashion store GLITZ secured the Silver Award as the Best Key Account Partner. The array of awards NOLIMIT has received clearly reiterates that the fashion-focused partnership has resulted in reaping rich rewards for the renowned retail chain.

As winning Golds is an apt occasion to celebrate, Marketing Manager Raneez Sheriff commented “Winning several Gold and Silver awards at Triumph’s spectacular Sales Conference brings us a great deal of pride.  It is an appreciation of our contribution not only to Triumph but to Sri Lanka’s fashion industry as well.  Together we are on a partnership to provide world-class quality for our customers.”  

He further explained “Since the inception of our company 25 years ago, we have grown to 21 showrooms islandwide.  In addition to NOLIMIT and GLITZ, there is PALLU exclusively selling ethnic-wear and Y PAYMORE for budget conscious customers.  Over 1800 employees and a total of 325,000 square feet of retail space makes our company one of the largest fashion chains in Sri Lanka.”

NOLIMIT meets the clothing needs of the entire family and has secured a range of awards that have placed them on a pedestal as the retail chain that has reshaped the fashion industry in Sri Lanka.  The company has won the Brand Excellence in Retail Sector at CMO Asia Awards in Singapore; the Retail Excellence Award for Best Use of Social Media and Merit awards for Best Loyalty program by Asia Retail Congress in Mumbai.  

 


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