HSC stockists win top prizes in O2 incentive

Written by: Paul Withers
HSC stockists win top prizes in O2 incentive

Distributor’s dealers take the top three prizes in ‘Sunshine and Sales’ O2 Approved stockist incentive during Q2

Distributor HSC has revealed that three of its stockists came away with the top three prizes from the ‘Sunshine & Sales’ O2 Approved stockist incentive in Q2.

All O2 Approved stockists partnering with participating Business Distributor Centre of Excellence members were set a target of increasing O2 and BlackBerry connections in the three month period, based on their historic performance, with the winners being the ones who exceeded their target by the highest percentage.

Offline GSM, based in Lewes, East Sussex, finished first in going five-fold above its historic performance, claiming a £7,500 fully bespoke prize. Jo Lankstead won a £1,500 holiday as the top performing sales person in the winning team.

Hove-based Bluetone claimed second prize to win a £2,000 team night out which was achieved with a two-fold rise in its connections with Belfast-based Rainbow Mobile finishing third to collect a prize of a £1,500 team night out.

Monthly spot prizes worth around £350 were also given out by each participating distributor throughout the competition, which included a Canon DSLR camera, sunglasses and a Bose SoundDock.

HSC business manager Bob Sweetlove said: “This shows that using HSC for O2 and BlackBerry sales gives our partners a chance to win great prizes and to make money. This is because we support our business partners from one end of the sales process by providing high quality, innovative products from the likes of O2, right through to pay out, including our upfront revenue share model for O2.”

Telefonica UK head of partners Maggie Kennedy said: “I congratulate all those stockists that did so well on winning our latest incentive. This shows that all these partners are fully behind the converged push.”

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