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Books2Door wins UK Business of the Year by Brilliance Awards 2021

Books2Door wins UK Business of the Year at Brilliance Awards 2021

We at Books2Door are honoured to receive the award for UK Business of the Year by this year’s Brilliance Awards. We were thrilled to be shortlisted for the awards in October, as a recognition of the success that leading companies around the world have achieved.  Now in December, we continue those celebrations of brilliance among practitioners and consultants in a range of fields with Books2Door crowned a winner.

Following a year of uncertain and unpredictable times for many businesses, our success is a testament to the efforts of our entire team at Books2Door, an independent online children’s bookseller. Children’s books have been a saviour to parents and families throughout the pandemic, from assisting with resources for home learning to using stories as a way to escape from day-to-day pressures. As we look ahead to next year, we expect to see the love and demand for reading continue.

The UK Business of the Year category commends the best in the business and the immense positive impact they’ve had on employees, businesses and communities across the UK, particularly after such turbulent times. A key theme upon entry in 2021 was creativity from businesses, along with clear objectives and disciplined execution that caught the judges’ eyes in 2021. Judges praised winners on clear objectives, based on deep research and understanding of the challenges, coupled with good strategy, excellent measurement and fantastic feedback.


Abdul Thadha, the founder of Books2Door, said: “This award is a symbol of success across our entire team, who are empowered and have been a driving force to our business efforts. And of course, our customers. A huge thank you to all of our customers for being part of our story. What a great way to end 2021!”

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