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Laptop Company sweeps Toshiba awards again

Laptop Company sweeps Toshiba awards again

The Laptop Company has repeated last year’s win as Toshiba’s New Zealand Business Partner of the Year and one of its salespeople has again taken the top sales achievement prize.

Paul Hunt won Sales Achiever of the Year for New Zealand at Toshiba Information Systems Division’s 19th annual Targetbusters event for channel partners and distributors on both sides of the Tasman.

Last year The Laptop Company’s Vince Eggels won New Zealand Sales Achiever, while the year before that it was South Island salesperson Prue Gibbons.

One hundred and twenty partners attended this year’s event on the Gold Coast two weeks ago.


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