Posted 10th November

Maxtop Quartz takes home training award

By KBBDaily on 10th November 2017 - 13:20pm

Maxtop Quartz has been named the winner of the Training Excellence category at the On The Tools Awards 2017, which took place at the end of October at Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham.

According to Maxtop, it won the award following a national roll-out of its training programme earlier this year, and for demonstrating “a sustained commitment to training and development”.

“Even as a young company, we've prioritised training early on, encouraging everyone, from installers to interior designers, to ‘have a go’ and ‘get hands-on’ with the product,” said Maxtop Quartz managing director Stephen Moss.

“This all stems from the uniqueness of our product and wanting to show just how easy it is to work with and the range of benefits it offers,” he added. “We’re strong believers of in-depth product knowledge and training.

“It’s all about providing a wealth of knowledge to ensure our customers can make the most out of our product, meaning the end user is thrilled with the result too. Though the training programme is all about delegate and consumer satisfaction, it’s amazing to be recognised by such a well-known, trade-specific social community for our efforts.”

Pictured left to right: Maxtop Quartz’s Robert Sherratt, Claire Dunscombe, Ian Howarth and awards presenter Harriet Chamberlain, Direct Line for Business digital head


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