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Business of convenience bags Best of the Best award

Business of convenience bags Best of the Best award


My Food Bag
won the Supreme Business Excellence Award at last night’s Westpac Auckland Business Awards Best of the Best for 2017.

Following on from their two regional awards last year for Customer Service Delivery and Business Excellence, the food delivery business’s founder, Cecilia Robinson, says consistency comes with the pursuit of excellence every single week.

“We aim to get better every week and we never rest on our laurels. So as a team we are always challenging ourselves, we always think about how we can do more and get better. That’s just part of our DNA in who we are.”

Westpac Regional Commercial Manager Jeff Driscoll, congratulated My Food Bay and acknowledged their very deliberate and focused approach to running their business.

“As businesses, My Food Bag and our other winners tonight each demonstrate why they are class acts and collectively will go a long way to helping grow the Auckland and New Zealand economy.”

WESTPAC AUCKLAND BUSINESS AWARDS BEST OF THE BEST 2017 - WINNERS
Supreme Business Excellence Sponsored by Westpac
My Food Bag
Excellence in Marketing Sponsored by Mercury
Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT)
Employer of the Year Sponsored by Vodafone NZ Limited
Hiway Stabilizers Limited
Excellence in Innovation Sponsored by Massey University
PLN Group
Best Emerging Business Sponsored by Air New Zealand
WOOP!
Excellence in Customer Service Delivery Sponsored by Barfoot & Thompson
My Food Bag
Excellence in International Trade Sponsored by Ports of Auckland
Southern Spars Limited
Excellence in Strategy and Planning Sponsored by Nauhria Precast Limited
The Career Academy

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