The annual awards see the leading names in UK retail come together to celebrate all that is great about the industry.
Trinity Leeds was awarded Retail Destination of the Year after impressing the judges for the way it has driven footfall into the city and helped rejuvenate a high street through innovative technology and an impressive food proposition.
The entry beat off stiff competition from six strong finalists and was reviewed by an esteemed jury, made up of influential figures and experts from the independent retail sector, who notably include: Andy Clarke, chief executive, Asda; John King, chief executive, House of Fraser; Vanessa Gold, managing director, Anne Summers; Chris Bush, UK managing director, Tesco; Andy Street, UK MD, John Lewis and Stephen Robertson, British Retail Consortium.
Commenting on this year’s Oracle Retail Week Awards winners, Chris Brook-Carter, Editor-in-Chief of Retail Week, said:
“Trinity Leeds and all the winners of this year’s Oracle Retail Week Awards have been recognised and celebrated for going above and beyond to respond to the developing challenges presented to the retail industry over the past year.”
Sarah Taylor, Senior Director, Oracle Retail, said:
“We at Oracle are delighted to applaud Trinity Leeds.
“The winners of this year’s Oracle Retail Week Awards have demonstrated tremendous achievements in meeting the consumer’s requirement for the provision of commerce anywhere – spearheading innovation and creativity in this challenging modern retail world.
“These inspirational retailers have focused on their customers, achieved new efficiencies, delivered outstanding results and confidently differentiated themselves.”