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Untouched World Named Top at Biz Awards

Untouched World named top NZ emerging enterprise at business awards, on eve of their flagship store opening

Leading lifestyle designer Untouched World was tonight named New Zealand’s most emerging enterprise at the Dolomites / Management Magazine business awards.

The award success comes on the eve of Untouched World opening its new flagship store in the Arts Centre in Christchurch tomorrow night.

Prime Minister Helen Clark, World Cup All Black Mark Hammett, cricketer Chris Cairns, model Kirsteen Britten and pop star Yulia Townsend will all feature in the gala opening.

Untouched World chief executive Peri Drysdale said from Auckland tonight the award was recognition of recent efforts and achievements.

Untouched World was named best fashion retailer at the recent Canterbury fashion awards. Ms Drysdale’s daughter Emily is the company’s award winning top designer.

The Deloittes / Management magazine Top 200 Awards have been running annually since 1990. The categories winners are selected from the Top 200 companies as compiled each year by Management magazine .

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