On Saturday 20th May 2017 owner of EAW Consulting Josh Cote hosted the outsourced sales and marketing industry’s eagerly anticipated annual award show for the fifth year in a row.
The invite-only black tie awards gala was held at the prestigious 5-star Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London, and is a landmark celebration of success for the outsourced sales and marketing industry over the previous twelve months.
The yearly event invites a number of top independent sales company leaders to town, with some chosen as keynote speakers and presenters of the awards which are handed out to individuals for their recent business achievements within sales and marketing.
Now a business consultant, Josh Cote remains one of the outsourced sales and marketing industry’s most successful entrepreneurs, and a role model for some of the up and comers in the industry.
I’m proud to say our industry has seen amazing growth this year, and that is a credit to everyone in this room,” said Josh Cote, owner of EAW Consulting, while addressing the room. “The UK used to lag a little behind the US, but now I’m not so sure. The level of intensity I have witnessed this year has been an absolute joy to behold, and long may it continue.”
Mr. Cote then spoke about the importance of avoiding complacency, and an overriding need to push on and continue this good vein of form. Josh Cote also challenged the room, especially those who narrowly missed out on an award, to reconvene at the same event in a year’s time with bigger results to bring to the table.
Josh Cote has an excellent track record in the outsourced sales and marketing industry and is regularly chosen to host and speak at industry events to pass on his acumen. Nowadays, Josh focuses most of his attention on EAW Consulting, his consultancy that coaches other business owners to help them reach personal and professional goals.
Josh Cote believes that the event was a huge success and is confident that there will be a dramatic increase in results across the industry as a whole, with new leaders in attendance expected to thrive throughout the rest of 2017 and beyond.