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INTERNET RETAILING AWARDS 2015 The longlists are revealed

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From Boots and Argos to The Dandy Lab and RS Components, retailers of all shapes and sizes are among the contenders for this year’s Internet Retailing Awards.

The fourth annual awards take place this year at the Mandarin Oriental in London’s Knightsbridge on September 24. At the hotly-anticipated event, final winners will be named in each category.

Today we name the longlisted contenders in the following categories:

The longlist are published after consideration by a judging panel that includes leading names from the industry: Robin Philips, multichannel director at Boots UK; Andy Harding, chief customer officer at House of Fraser; Tanya Lawler, vice president, UK trading, at eBay; Peter Fitzgerald, country sales director at Google UK; Alan Giles, associate fellow at the Said Business School, University of Oxford; Donna Chen, responsivel for global strategy, international online, omnichannel and digital development Walgreens Boots Alliance; Simon Forster, executive director, multichannel, marketing and supply chain, at Selfridges; Sarah Lukins, ecommerce director at LK Bennett; David Walmsley, director of multichannel development at Marks & Spencer; Jennifer Cherrington Mowat, global head of IT (marketing/ecommerce) at RS Components; Jonathan Wall, group ecommerce director at Shop Direct Group; Walter Blackwood, director group logistics at Mothercare; Tracy Stone, global sales and distribution director at GANT AB; Ian Jindal, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Internet Retailing and Emma Herrod, editor of InternetRetailing magazine.

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