Home improvement retailer awarded for market leadership

MR D.I.Y. received the Malaysia Home Improvement Retail Market Leadership Award at the 2020 Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards.

MR D.I.Y. Group (M) Bhd has taken home the Malaysia Home Improvement Retail Market Leadership Award at the 2020 Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards.

The Best Practices Awards recognise people and organisations that have accomplished an innovative or disruptive breakthrough, and exhibited exemplary achievements in strategies and processes.

Many of the award recipients have toiled for months and years to make a difference in their respective companies and industries.

MR D.I.Y. marketing vice-president Andy Chin said, “We are humbled by this win, particularly at this unprecedented time which has triggered an extremely challenging economic climate.

We are also very grateful to be receiving this prestigious award from a globally recognised and respected organisation like Frost & Sullivan.

“This award is a validation of our consistent and innovative efforts towards becoming a market leader in the home improvement retail industry.

“It is truly a credit to every one of our staff for their dedication and diligence to their duties, and to the support of our customers who have placed their trust and loyalty in our brands over the years.

“This award will also serve as an inspiration for us to continuously improve ourselves to better serve our customers and to grow further, ” he added.

This is not the first time MR D.I.Y. has garnered recognition on the international stage.

The homegrown home improvement retailer previously won the Winner in Retail – Home Improvement Category (National Tier) award at the World Branding Awards in 2018 and 2019.

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