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Business NZ congratulates NZTE on award

October 15
Media release

Business NZ congratulates NZTE on ‘Best of the Best’ award


Business NZ has congratulated the country’s economic development agency, NZTE, for its win at the World Trade Promotion Organisation (WTPO) Awards.

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise was awarded the WTPO’s “Best of the Best” Award in The Hague yesterday.

NZTE also received the “Best Trade Promotion Organisation from a Developed Country” Award, beating a shortlist of TPOs from Australia, Austria and the United Kingdom.

Business NZ chief executive Phil O’Reilly says he congratulates NZTE chief executive Tim Gibson on a job well done.

“Tim and his team have done an excellent job and I look forward to this continuing as we work alongside them to seek out ways to better New Zealand’s economic performance and our position in the world.”


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