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Finalists for 2018 National Pacific Business Trust Awards

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Finalists named for the 2018 National Pacific Business Trust Awards

Finalists have been named across six award categories for the 11th National Pacific Business Trust Awards, which will be staged on Friday 22 June 2018 at Eden Park.

Nominations were widely received over all six categories and it has been pleasing to see a growing number of Pacific businesses thriving. The finalists are:

HATCHing Pacific Business
• Jitel Contracting
• Moana Research
• Recoveroom
Pacific Business
• Devitise Marketing
• OPSEC Solutions
• Pacific Biofert
Pacific Impact
• Cook Island Development Agency New Zealand (CIDANZ)
• Connect Global
• Kokiti Workshops (formerly Meraki Workshops)
• Pacific Biofert
Pacific Innovation
• Culturalhubb
• Lot Eight
• The Food Company NZ
• Vaka Interactiv
Pacific Social Enterprise
• Aotearoa Tongan Health Workers Association (ATHWA) trading name “Akiheuho”
• KidsCoin
• Moana Research
Pacific Woman in Business
• Arti Chand, Crengle Shreves & Ratner
• Brittany Teei, KidsCoin
• Rachel Lewis, Devitise Marketing
Visit www.pacificbusinessawards2018.co.nz to purchase tickets or find out more.
ENDS

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