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Linden Leaves finalist - Champion Canterbury Business Awards

23 August 2012

Linden Leaves a finalist in Champion Canterbury Business Awards

Canterbury based Linden Leaves is a finalist in the Champion Producer / Manufacturer small enterprise category, recognising primary production, through to sophisticated high end manufacturing. 2012 marks the 10th year of celebrating Canterbury business through the Champion Business Awards and this year a record number of entries were received.

The Chief Executive of the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce, Peter Townsend commented "what impresses me is the passion and commitment that these business operators demonstrate, putting everything on the line for their business, their staff and the wider community."

The Director, Champion Canterbury Ltd, Leeann Watson said "forging strong links to the community, social responsibility, vertical integration, supporting local business and collaborating amongst industry are just some of the attributes that stand out amongst this year's 40 finalists."

Linden Leaves proudly takes its products to the world knowing that a small piece of the New Zealand ethos is embodied in each lovingly made product. Linden Leaves skincare and wellbeing products give a special sense of delight and the opportunity to live well.


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