BMR Group, Structube and Surplus RD celebrated as Quebec’s leading digital merchants.
The CQCD, Quebec’s retail board, announced the winners of its annual eCommerce awards – among which six Absolunet-powered projects were finalists, with 3 of 6 awards going to the eCommerce agency’s clients.
2018 CQCD eCommerce-Quebec award winners:
- BMR Group: Digital transformation of the year
- Structube: Best omnichannel customer experience
- Surplus RD: Social + multimedia campaign
- Ardene: Digital campaign of the year
- Hoaka Swimwear: International eCommerce
- ATTITUDE: Eco-friendly + social impact
Absolunet clients well-represented
Congratulations to BMR Group, (renovation centres and hardware) Surplus RD (furniture and home decor) and Structube (furniture and home decor) who won their respective categories.
“We are honored to work with retailers to transform their digital vision into omnichannel growth. Each of our clients are worthy nominees and deserve to be celebrated!” says Charles Desjardins, Absolunet’s Partner and Executive Vice President. “We only wish all our clients could be celebrated for their willingness to bridge the eCommerce gap. Congratulations as well to Ardene, Hoaka Swimwear and Attitude, who are deserving winners as well!”
Keynote and the Structube + Absolunet + Createch omnichannel booth at the CQCD Summit
Absolunet partnered with Structube and The Createch Group to recreate Structube’s in-store experience, combining digital and in-person shopping experiences.
Jean-Philippe Boudreau, Absolunet’s Director of Digital Growth gave one of the event’s best-rated keynotes, tackling the delicate issue of margins and the pressure to play the low-price and promo game.
Held annually, the Quebec Retail Council (CQCD)’s eCommerce-Quebec summit gathers regional thought leaders, vendors and experts to deep-dive into trends, developments and innovations as well as celebrate Quebec retailers who lead the way in eCommerce initiatives and technology-driven achievement.
The CQCD is an association representing over 5,800 merchants, nearly 70% of retail-related activity in the province of Quebec.