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Westpac Waikato Business Excellence Awards

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Mr Fencer Systems Limited has been recognised as a top achiever at the 2013 Westpac Waikato Business Excellence Awards.

At the awards dinner on Friday 8th November 2013 Mr Fencer Systems won the Deloitte Award, recognising Waikato based businesses with less than 5 full time employees. Mr Fencer was also a finalist for the Westpac Waikato Business of the Year Award.

“We believe there is value in our brand and business, winning this award has further demonstrated this” said Director, Matt Robb, “It goes to show we have a great business and that all the hard work and effort over the years has paid off, and will continues to do so in the future.”

Mr Fencer Systems Limited operates the Mr Fencer National Support Office and oversees all Franchise operations within the Mr Fencer Group. The operating systems, values and vision of Mr Fencer Systems are replicated throughout the Group ensuring nationwide consistency and quality.

“Winning this award confirms to our customers, both existing and potential, the level our business operates at. It will also assist in attracting the right franchisees to join our winning team.”

Mr Fencer would like to thank our staff, franchisees and suppliers for their support. We also acknowledge the huge effort put into this event by all who were involved and congratulate our fellow finalists and winners.

ENDS

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