City Electrical Factors (CEF) is sponsoring the Sustainable Products category at the ECN Awards, which comprises the Electrical Vehicle Charging Product of the Year, Power Product of the Year, and Smart Buildings/Sustainability Product of the Year awards.
CEF is the expert supplier of electrical products and services for professional buyers and installers all over the UK. CEF offers the largest range of products, including leading brands and value alternatives, alongside specialist knowhow, friendly advice and support that’s the best in the industry.
Established in 1951, privately owned CEF has a UK national network of more than 390 stores and the business now extends to the USA, Canada, Ireland, Spain and Australia. Customers can place online orders for next working day delivery at cef.co.uk with access to more than 38,000 products from over 300 leading suppliers.
Sustainability and the environment are something CEF cares very deeply about, which is why the company is excited to be sponsoring the Sustainability Products category at the ECN Awards.
Schneider Electric is sponsoring the drinks reception at the ECN Awards.
Schneider’s purpose is to empower the world to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability. Schneider calls this ‘Life Is On’
The company’s mission is to be a digital partner for sustainability and efficiency. Schneider drives digital transformation by integrating world-leading processes and energy technologies to realise the full opportunities of a business. It provides endpoint to cloud integration, connecting products, controls, software, and services. Schneider’s integrated solutions are built with safety, reliability and cyber security for homes, buildings, data centres, infrastructure, and industries.
The company describes itself as the most local of global companies; its unmatched proximity enables the company to better understand, anticipate and adapt with agility to support business continuity with high ethical standards in everything it does.
Schneider Electric says it is very excited to be involved with the ECN Awards.
Selectric is sponsoring the Projects category at the ECN Awards, which comprises the Best Sustainable Project of the Year and Best Overall Project of the Year awards.
Selectric is a family run business which was founded over 35 years ago. The company is a worldwide manufacturer, importer and exporter of electrical products from China and Europe and has over 4,000 products in its inventory.
Selectric’s wiring accessories and lighting products are supplied exclusively through electrical wholesalers in the UK, Ireland and also export markets. The company endeavours to serve the needs of all people; from its customers and the end users to all of its employees.
Selectric is committed to achieving a first-class experience for everyone it interacts with and it says it is proud to be sponsoring the Projects Category at the ECN Awards.
Webro will sponsor the Training Category at the ECN Awards, which will be held at the Heart of England Conference and Events Centre in Coventry on 30 November 2023.
Webro’s purpose is to build a better-connected world to bring people closer.
The company has enjoyed continuous growth throughout its 40-year history. This is driven by a strong reputation for providing quality product solutions that conform to the highest standards, attentive customer service, and a dependable logistics operation. An extensive range of copper and fibre cable and connectivity solutions are available across a wide line-up of applications, primarily the smart building, power, fibre and telecoms, data network, fire and security, control and instrumentation, TV and satellite, and future energy sectors. Webro remains at the forefront of industry with focused investment in product development, and the relentless pursuit of emerging markets and technologies.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Webro’s Head of Marketing, Chris Mellor-Dolman, says, “We’re both proud and excited to sponsor the Training Category at the ECN Awards. We’re passionate about training and development. From apprentices to qualified professionals, it’s the proven route to a fulfilling career.”