Trinity Prize to celebrate commercial cooperation and innovation

The Trinity Prize: celebrating the principles of partnership and progress

INTERNATIONAL. The Moodie Report has announced the launch of a new prize intended to reward the most successful cooperation-driven commercial innovations in travel retail. Initial plans for The Trinity Prize were revealed this morning at The Trinity Forum 2013.

The Moodie Report Chairman & Founder Martin Moodie said: “From 2014 The Trinity Prize will be awarded annually to those companies – Supplier, Operator and Airport – which, in the eyes of the industry have demonstrated the most successful commercial innovation as a consequence of their working together to define new opportunities for business development.”

The non-commercial, unsponsored prize will be awarded based on the deliberations of a panel of impartial former industry executives. Vince Horne, the former head of Diageo Global Travel, has already drawn up assessment objectives and criteria on behalf of The Moodie Report.

Moodie added: “The Trinity Prize will recognise the concept of genuine tri-partite partnership in our business. We believe that the establishment of The Trinity Prize will bring a greater focus on and appropriate recognition of truly collaborative partnership.”

The unveiling of The Trinity Prize also celebrates ten years of Trinity debate following the inaugural Trinity Forum in 2003. Since The Moodie Report has consistently championed and challenged the concept of greater cooperation among all travel retail stakeholders.

Further details of the prize will be revealed soon.

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