VEENDAM, THE NETHERLANDS — (10-12-18) — Leading distributor of pleasure products, EDC Wholesale, received four new industry awards during the eroFame Trade Convention in Hanover.
EAN named EDC Wholesale ‘Most Progressive International Wholesaler’ and awarded the company with the ‘Outstanding House Brand Designs’ award, while SIGN magazine honored the companies CEO, Eric Idema, with the ‘Manager of the year’ award and named EDC Wholesale ‘Best European Supplier’.
EDC Wholesale has grown tremendously since they first attended the eroFame show in 2014 as an exhibitor. This year the company introduced 10 new house brands on a 130 square meter booth, right at the entrance of the show. The booth was a perfect reflection of what the company has to offer, showing a large collection of house brands and many popular and unique third-party brands. The bar was open all day for beverages and typical Dutch snacks, during the ‘Dutch Delicious Event’ at the end of the day.
“We are very happy with the first results of the eroFame show.” said CEO Eric Idema. “The new house brands received many positive responses from the visitors. Our team did another amazing job to create an outstanding look and feel for each and every brand. The award for ‘Outstanding House Brand Designs’ is a wonderful recognition for the effort we put into creating brands that really stand out in any way possible.” said Idema.
Now don’t worry retailers because the newest additions to the EDC Wholesale family of brands are available now or will roll out shortly.
“I would like to thank EAN and SIGN for their continued support and recognition of the team for all of their hard work,” added Idema. “I am proud of what EDC Wholesale has accomplished in the last year, and winning these prestigious awards only inspires us to work even harder.” concluded Idema.
Article by: Jack MacNamara, Staff Writer
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