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EM Finalist in Vero Business Support Awards

Finalist in Vero Business Support Awards

Enterprising Manukau - finalist in the Vero Excellence in Business Support Awards.

Enterprising Manukau have been recognized for their contribution and excellence in business support in this National Awards programme by being selected as a finalist in the 'Local and Central Government' category.

As a leading New Zealand Economic Development Agency, Enterprising Manukau have been delivering professional business support services and initiatives to small, medium and large businesses in Manukau for 12 years and are recognized for their development of new ideas, programmes and initiatives.

Programmes and Initiatives such as bizAngels, TRIPNZ, workplace training, significant R&D assistance, tourism initiatives and extensive business support that has seen many Manukau businesses thrive, nationally and internationally.

Enterprising Manukau are the Event Managers for the high profile Westpac Manukau Business Excellence Awards. Chief Executive Gaelle Deighton comments, "We encourage all businesses to enter the Awards. They are a great opportunity to gain valuable feedback and advice about your business and for the winners offer wonderful Public Relations and Marketing opportunities. We know the value of entering Business Awards and are not afraid to prove that by entering the Vero Excellence in Business Support Awards."

Winners of the Vero Excellence in Business Support Awards will be announced at the Gala Dinner on 21 July in conjunction with the Small Business Expo.


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