Proviz, the specialist in premium reflective cycling, running and outdoor products, has won the Best Fashion eCommerce Award at the 2019 eCommerce Awards. This follows on from the brand also winning the Micro Business of the Year Award earlier this year at the prestigious Amazon Growing Business Awards.
The eCommerce Awards, now in their eleventh year, highlight some of the very best online retailers, online companies, agencies, innovations, products and campaigns the eCommerce industry has to offer.
Proviz was shortlisted for four awards at the ceremony. These were: Best Fashion eCommerce; Best Leisure, Fitness & Outdoors eCommerce; Best Website Launch / Relaunch; and Best Mobile eCommerce. It won the Best Fashion eCommerce award ahead of stiff competition from renowned fashion brands Bluebella, Figleaves and Karl Lagerfeld.
In celebrating this achievement, Proviz co-founder Anthony Langly-Smith said “We are absolutely delighted to win this prestigious award, it is a testament to all the hard work the team has put in. Our vision was to create a truly world-class website, visually, functionally and with a very strong end to end processes, embracing all e-commerce trends across all devices and to showcase our unique products with their many features in the best possible way.
“Together with our development team at GPMD, we are extremely proud of what we have achieved and this is a huge milestone for Proviz to receive this recognition.”
Previous attending companies at the awards have included American Express, Animal, Argos, ASOS, B&Q, Barclaycard, British Gas, Celtic FC, Dixons Carphone, Domino’s, Fortnum & Mason, Green Man Gaming, Iceland Foods, Jack Daniels, Jewson, John Lewis, Laura Ashley, Lidl, Lloyds Banking Group, MasterCard, Moss Bros, O2, Red Bull, Royal Mail, Santander, Schuh, Selfridges, Sony, The Trainline, Three, Time INC, Very, Virgin, Vodafone, Wagamama, Wickes and Yotel.
Starting from its humble beginning in 2008 in London, Proviz distributes to 40 countries and is a leading specialist in high-visibility sports products.
Earlier this year, Proviz announced its continued commitment to the environment by announcing all its jackets will be made from recycled plastic bottles. The brand will also encourage its customers to recycle their old products by offering discounts when these are traded-in.