Cartell shortlisted for Eircom Golden Spider Awards

Cartell shortlisted for Eircom Golden Spider Awards

Cartell is delighted to announce our nomination for the prestigious eircom Golden Spiders 2011. This is the first time the company has been nominated. Cartell is nominated in the EBusiness category.

The Ebusiness eircom Spiders 2011 award, sponsored by webfactory, is for exclusively web-based businesses that provide site visitors with an intuitive, user-friendly and viable means of doing business securely online. This category applies to e-Business, e-Commerce, and B2B and B2C websites and excludes portals. Judges will be looking for innovative tools and processes with a clever use of contextual technologies or an original use of the internet to trade or deliver a service.

Reward for 5 years of work

Cartell has been in business for 5 years and we are proud to be the first company to bring the car history check to Ireland. We consider this nomination as reward for the years of hard work we put into setting up our business, both at the front-end which customers interact with, and where we always strive to provide the highest levels of customer service and personal attention to detail; and at the back-end where we continue to strive to improve all aspects of our business and service delivery.

We’re delighted to be listed beside other prestigious companies in the EBusiness category. The complete list is as follows:

  • Adverts Marketplace
  • BoardsDeals
  • Bonkers.ie
  • Cartell.ie
  • Grab One
  • Siternity
  • Smurfit Kappa Direct
  • Winetimes.ie

Update 14/11/2011

Congratulations to BoardsDeals on winning the eBusiness category and our thanks to the Spiders team on putting on a very enjoyable event and excellent networking opportunity. See you next year.

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One Response to Cartell shortlisted for Eircom Golden Spider Awards

  1. Heidi Jermyn November 2, 2011 at 7:47 am #

    Congratulations guys! It’s a great looking site 😉 but what makes it stand out as a great ecommerce site how easy you make for people to be able to buy an “honest” vehicle with a few clicks of a button. Good luck on the night!