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Corporate heavyweights vie for top Awards honours

Corporate heavyweights vie for top Awards honours

Contenders for the country’s highest business awards honours have been announced for 2006.

Now in its 17th year, the Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards evaluate and award New Zealand’s top performing businesses, chief executives and chairpersons on an annual basis.

Winners will be announced at the Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards evening on Thursday 23 November 2006 at SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre.

Vying for the title of Deloitte/Management magazine Company of the Year for 2006 are:

Global technology company Fisher & Paykel Healthcare in its second consecutive year of nomination for this award.
Fletcher Building, with a record 4th year nomination, and
SkyCity Entertainment Group, a winner of Company of the Year back in 2001.

Lining up for the prestigious Deloitte/Management magazine Executive of the Year Award in 2006 are:

Michael Daniell, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
Greg Muir, Pumpkin Patch
Keith Turner, Meridian Energy.

Finalists in other award categories are:

SPONSOR & CATEGORY 2006 FINALISTS
NZIM / Eagle Technology

Young Executive of the Year Award Jonnette Adams, Transit Brett Gamble, Solid Energy Jason New, Westpac
Kensington Swan

Ethical Governance Award City Care
NZ Aluminium Smelters
Snowy Peak
Deloitte

Emerging Enterprise Award Open Country Cheese
Prolificx
Rakon
Colliers International

Best Growth Strategy Award ANZ National Bank
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
Fletcher Building
Marsh

Most Improved Performance Award Crean Foodservice
Meridian Energy
Ryman Healthcare
QBE Insurance

Chairperson the Year Award Ian Farrant (The New Zealand Refining Co)
Jim McLay (Metlifecare)
Gary Paykel (F&P Healthcare and F&P Appliances)
Designworks Enterprise IG

Visionary Leader Surprise announcement on the night


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