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Round 8 Enterprise Awards Scheme

Anderton visits successful Christchurch company, Abretec

Economic Development Minister Jim Anderton today announced the eighth round of Industry New Zealand Enterprise Awards and visited a winner from a previous round: Abretec in Christchurch.

Abretec is a manufacturer of air respirators for use with abrasive blasting helmets and exports to Australia, the United States, the Middle East and Europe. Philip Ivory the manager and partner applied to Industry New Zealand and received $4,782 in April. The funding is going toward the cost of a prototype design to develop an air filter which can separate oils, water and fumes from compressed air.

"The enterprise awards have now helped a large number of businesses, like Abretec. I continue to be impressed with the number of success stories that show kiwi innovation is alive and well across New Zealand," said Jim Anderton.

"I am particularly pleased when exporting companies like Abretec can benefit from these awards. We need to encourage more companies to export as only about 8,850, that is less than 4% of New Zealand's 259,000 businesses export," said Jim Anderton.

The eighth round of Industry New Zealand Enterprise Awards has 33 awards totalling $326,013.

This takes the number of recipients taking the number of grants awarded to 236 since September 2000 when the awards started.

Entrepreneurs or small business owners can receive a maximum of $20,000 from an Industry New Zealand Enterprise Award, which can be used to fund up to 50 percent of the cost of a project.


Small businesses and entrepreneurs interested in Enterprise Awards and other services and support from Industry New Zealand can look at the website www.industrynz.govt.nz.

Enterprise Awards round 8 - Anderton Media Release, 7 September 2001

Auckland
McFoodies Ltd, Cathy McArdle (09) 299 9724, $5,625, business and strategic planning
www.mcfoodies.co.nz

Composite Developments (NZ) Ltd, Marty Johanson (09) 415 9915, $4,041, trade fair participation
www.cdrods.co.nz

Gordon and Keith Fergusson, Keith Fergusson (09) 431 6400, $19,729, development of a power trenching device

Coolair Services Ltd, Daniel Mans 021 2581384, $5,094, intellectual property protection

Lincoln Bakery Ltd, John Fraser (09) 836 2207, $6,527, trade fair participation

Planet Earth Water Ltd, $20,000, intellectual property protection

Goodwood Industries Ltd, John Robb (09) 279 9333, $20,000, development of dowel machine

McCulloch Products Ltd, Richard McCulloch (09) 444 2115, $16,945, trade fair participation
www.mccullochmedical.co.nz

Klein Ltd t/a Klein Healthcare, James Klein (09) 377 7005, $8,157, business and strategic planning
www.hka.co.nz

Network Technology Ltd, Jason Little (09) 5234 990, $11,625, business planning and intellectual property protection

R Papich Ltd, Rudolph Papich (09) 636 9193, $6,750, intellectual property protection for submersible braking system

Turnco Engineering Ltd, Robert Cockle (09) 277 9226, $3,223, quality certification

Zuave Design Ltd, Sara La Hood, director (09) 303 0660, $14,922, development of a carry bag on wheels for everyday use

WAIKATO
Steel Originals (NZ) Ltd, Sandra Pluck (07) 827 8708, $15,730, development and marketing a tow-bar bike rack

Advanced Animal Technology Ltd, $20,000, intellectual property protection

BAY OF PLENTY
New Pak Ltd, Derek Masters (07) 541 3300, $4,493, marketing & e-commerce strategy. www.newpak.co.nz

Wunder-Covers Paving Systems, Kelly Hughes (07) 312 4647, $3,825, development of a traffic management device, and trade fair participation

Dolphins Down Under Ltd, $3,094, business and strategic planning

Business Coaching NZ Ltd, Julie Batt (07) 308 0174, $8,923, establishment of a business coaching system
www.businessgenius.co.nz

HAWKES BAY
Linda Le Duc, $5,800, develop wool products

MANAWATU
Unlimited Realities Ltd, Russell Brebner (06) 356 4120, $7,088, design and develop a children’s educational website www.ur.co.nz

WELLINGTON
Donald Harrison, (04) 934 524, $20,000, development of a driver protection screen

Horizon International Ltd, $1,688, market research www.horizon-nubrik.co.nz

Source Designers Ltd, Phil Walters (04) 385 8571, $5,963, develop new range of drawer pulls

CANTERBURY
Sharleen James, $1,744, develop children’s seat cover

Enztec Ltd, Paul Morrison, (03) 348 0203, $20,000, international certification www.enztec.co.nz

Buchanans Foundry Ltd, Peter Hurst (03) 389 0479, $3,361, prototype design and testing

Tropicool Thermoelectric Refrigeration Ltd, $20,000, development of dual voltage thermoelectric fridges

EcoGlow Ltd, Paul Sapsford (03) 348 3781, $20,000, intellectual property protection and market research
www.ecoglo.com

Wallace Archiving Ltd, Bill Wallace (03) 379 7965, $7,707, intellectual property protection
www.pc-m.com

Midlands Seed Ltd, Duncan Storrier (03) 308 1265, $ 4,782, feasibility study on the use of an irrigation system in carrot seed production www.midlands.co.nz

Market New Zealand Ltd, John Greene (03) 322 9712, $9,000, market research for fresh herbs

OTAGO
The Onion Factory Ltd, David Cowie (03) 472 8881, $1,125, business planning for new product


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