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Big Wins So Far in 2019

It’s been a busy few months of awards celebrations in the electronics industry. Every spring and summer, electronics suppliers present awards to their distributors based on different records including customer and sales growth, breadth of inventory, new product introductions, collaborative marketing campaigns, partnership management and more.

We’re pleased to take a look back at the awards Digi-Key has won so far in 2019, which have shown that Digi-Key’s performance is yet again outpacing the industry 2x in growth. Our suppliers are rewarding their distribution partners who are adding value and building a stronger market presence, and these awards are one way to highlight this success.

Digi-Key is proud to have been the recipient of 39+ industry awards so far this year, including:

We’re thrilled with both our North American performance, as well as our growth and recognitions in both the Asian and European markets.

These awards are a result of our dedicated team of people – we know our success would not be possible without the contributions of each and every team member. We’re proud to have outstanding relationships with our more than 800 suppliers, many spanning decades, and these awards reinforce these strong partnerships in leading the market, innovating and growing together.

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Image of Chris Beeson, Executive Vice President of Sales and Supplier Development at Digi-Key Chris Beeson, Executive Vice-President of Sales and Supplier Development at Digi-Key Electronics, has been driving business innovations at Digi-Key for over 11 years and has been instrumental in creating our unique business model for the electronics industry. He has over 30 years of experience in the electronics distribution industry and is currently responsible for the management of over 650 industry suppliers. Chris is involved in many industry organizations, including the Electronics Component Industry Association, Electronics Representative Association and numerous supplier representative councils.
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