Liquidity Services’ GoIndustry DoveBid Property Auction Marketplace Receives “Fast Growth Award” from South Africa’s National Business Awards

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Liquidity Services (NASDAQ: LQDT), a global solution provider in the reverse supply chain with the world’s largest marketplace for business surplus, announced that its GoIndustry DoveBid marketplace had received the “Fast Growth Award” for innovation through technology from South Africa’s National Business Awards.

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This is the first year the company and its on-line marketplace, has received this honor, which recognizes the success, innovation and ethics of South African companies and organizations across all industry sectors.

“We are pleased that GoIndustry DoveBid has received this prestigious honor recognizing the unprecedented growth we are experiencing in our South African property division,” said Kim Faclier, Liquidity Services’ Head of Property of GoIndustry DoveBid South Africa.

“Over the past 18 months, we have worked incredibly hard to build a strong team of outstanding professionals who have sold more than R700 million in real estate, effectively changing the landscape for property transactions in South Africa.  By utilizing our proprietary, in-house online auction technology, we have successfully opened up access for each individual sale to a highly-targeted and relevant audience of international bidders. 

This competitive process has not only increased asset sale price, but it has also delivered a generous return on investment for our clients. Not only are we able to offer on-line sales via the portal, but also live ballroom style multiple property auctions as well as on-site for individual properties”, continued Faclier.

The National Business Awards were introduced in 2002 and are presented in association with South Africa’s Top Performing Publication to honor the country’s industry leaders through the acknowledgement of innovative business processes, product development, enterprise, sustainability and overall business success.

The awards also recognize the important social and environmental contributions made by organizations through the excellence of service, commitment to their customers, ethical behavior and environmental sustainability.

Last modified on Tuesday, 26 January 2016 10:34

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