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Internet Retailing Awards shortlist revealed

Tesco, Amazon and John Lewis feature in celebration of e-commerce giants to be held on June 26th.
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The Internet Retailing Awards 2013 has unveiled its shortlist of industry front runners ahead of the ceremony next month.

The list features some of the biggest names in the ecommerce sector, including Amazon, Apple, Ebay marketplace, John Lewis and Tesco.

The 2013 award winners will be revealed at the event sponsored by Venda at Sushisamba in London on Thursday, June 26th.

Publisher of Internet Retailing Magazine, Mark Pigou, said: "With online businesses growing 57 times faster than the UK economy, there is no doubt that internet retail is thriving.

"The judges and I are looking forward to publicly commending some of the most inspirational initiatives of the year.

"The shortlisted retail brands have dared to be different and the brilliant people in our industry have had the vision to take brave decisions to drive their online businesses forward."

The awards will feature eight categories, including Innovation, The Omni award for companies with 'appetite for more', the M Retailing award for extensive mobile activity, customer service, International market achievements and competitiveness and commercial performance on a global stage.

For more information and to view the full lists, visit www.internetretailingawards.net

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