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NZME Events Announce Deloitte Annual Top 200 Awards

NZME Events Announce Deloitte Annual Top 200 Awards

NZME Events in partnership with Deloitte are excited to announce the official annual awards event The Deloitte Top 200 will be held on Thursday 26th November at Vector Arena.

NZME Editorial Director Business Fran O'Sullivan says the awards set an important benchmark in the business community for excellence and achievement.

“Year on year we see an incredibly high level of top performing businesses and worthy individuals entering into the Deloitte Top 200. Attending the annual black tie event is a great opportunity to celebrate greatness amongst your comrades and business peers."

The Deloitte Top 200 Awards boasts a lengthy 26-year history of winners and accolades since they were established in 1990. Winners emerge from the annual listing of the 200 largest corporations based on revenue, and a separate listing of New Zealand’s Top 30 financial enterprises based on asset value.

Deloitte Chief Executive Officer Thomas Pippos, says Deloitte is very proud to have been associated with the Top 200 awards since its inception.

“The Top 200 continues to be the premier business awards for the larger businesses in New Zealand, representing the pinnacle of corporate recognition. Winners and finalists make up the who’s who of the business community and together make a vital contribution to New Zealand’s economy,” says Pippos.

The Deloitte Top 200 event has grown significantly in size over the past decade and now welcomes 1000 guests, including many of the country’s top CEO’s, entrepreneurs and business leaders.

As well as rubbing shoulders with New Zealand’s business elite, guests can enjoy a red carpet welcome, three-course meal and hospitality package teamed with onstage entertainment and a celebrity MC presenting the awards and accolades.

Tickets for the 26th annual Deloittes Top 200 are available now at


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