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Mouser recognises 2021 Best-in-Class Award winners

23 June 2021 News

Mouser Electronics congratulated the 2021 winners of its annual Mouser Best-in-Class Awards. The annual awards selection, now in its 26th year, recognises the outstanding individuals from Mouser’s manufacturer partners who best supported the global distributor’s marketing programmes and new product introduction (NPI) launches by demonstrating exemplary teamwork and top performance.

“Each year, we select our Best-in-Class Award winners from hundreds of business colleagues. Today, we are excited to recognise these 10 extraordinary individuals,” said Jeff Newell, Mouser Electronics’ senior vice president of products. “We want to thank all of these dedicated professionals. You have played a key role in helping us serve our customers with both your newest products, as well as the largest breadth of product in your channel. Thank you and congratulations!”

Winners of the awards are selected using five main criteria: strategically partnering with the Mouser team; promoting product lines and working together on new product launches; finding creative solutions to grow market share mutually for both companies; maximising Mouser’s unique value proposition within their own businesses; and championing Mouser within their organisations.

The 2021 Mouser Best-in-Class Award winners are:

• Fred Bell, Molex.

• Mary Benetti-Condon, Bel Fuse.

• James Chandler, Amphenol Advanced Sensors.

• Joe Haukos, Würth Elektronik.

• Bob Johnson, NXP Semiconductors.

• Hailey Kamen, Henkel.

• Diane Laegeler, Digi International.

• Ivy Spidale, Littelfuse.

• Tammy Stine, TE Connectivity.

• Christoph Wolf, Recom.

This year, Mouser also recognised the individual who achieved the President's Award honours. The President’s Award celebrates the exemplary individuals from Mouser’s supplier partners who have won the Best-in-Class Award five or more times, demonstrating consistent top performance. This year’s Wall of Fame and President’s Award Winner is Tammy Stine of TE Connectivity.

“The President’s Award is one of the highest and rarest recognitions that Mouser gives to colleagues at our manufacturer partners. It represents our profound respect and appreciation for exceptional teamwork,” said Glenn Smith, president and CEO of Mouser Electronics. “The TE–Mouser relationship has benefited greatly with Tammy’s guidance and all of Mouser joins me in congratulating her on this well-deserved President’s Award.”

To learn more about the awards and recipients, visit https://eu.mouser.com/bestinclass




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