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IFS Growth wins prestigious Deloitte Fast 50 award

22 September 2016

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IFS Growth wins prestigious Deloitte Fast 50 award

IFS Growth is proud of receiving the Deloitte Fast 50 regional award for agriculture at a ceremony held at the Dunedin Town Hall last night.

IFS Growth is a successful forestry management, investment and consulting company that started in Invercargill and now has offices in Southland, Otago, Wellington and Northland.

In receiving the award, IFS Growth majority shareholder, Dan Minehan said “this is a reflection on our people, partners, client and customers, as without them we could not succeed.”

IFS Growth was awarded the Fast 50 award for the fastest growing agriculture business in Dunedin and the Lower South Island. The company will now compete against winners in other regions for the national award in Auckland.

“We are looking forward to attending the national awards in Auckland. This opportunity is fantastic for our company and we would like to thank Deloitte for sponsoring this initiative,” Mr Minehan said.

The Deloitte Fast 50 celebrates the country's 50 fastest growing companies and ranks the top 50 businesses in New Zealand according to their revenue growth over the past three years.

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http://www.ifsgrowth.co.nz/


IFS Growth has over 30 years experience in Forestry, Forestry Investment, Consulting and Management. Employing 19 staff and approximately 200 contractors, IFS Growth provides a range of forest services to forest owners. IFS Growth has regional offices in Southland, Otago, Wellington, Northland.


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