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Tickets on sale for Pacific Business Trust Awards



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Tickets on sale for 10th National Pacific Business Trust Awards

The National Pacific Business Trust Awards will be staged on Friday, 28 October 2016 at the Langham Hotel in Auckland and tickets are on sale. The evening will include live entertainment, sumptuous food and beverages and a black tie awards ceremony.

The 10th National Pacific Business Trust Awards will be held on Friday, 28 October 2016 at Auckland’s iconic Langham Hotel.

Auckland band Ardijah will headline the entertainment, known for their Poly-Fonk style blending the sounds of Polynesia with Funk and R&B.

Pacific Dance New Zealand will entertain with cultural performances and seasoned Master of Ceremonies Teremoana Mato promises to woo the crowd with his unique mixture of humour and professionalism.

The awards ceremony will include presentation of eight awards categories.

A 10% discount is available when purchasing a table of 10. The ticket price includes admission to the awards ceremony, entertainment, beverages and a delicious three-course meal. Individual tickets are $120 per person, and a table of 10 is $1100, which can be purchased online.

PBT Chair Fa’amatuainu (Inu) Tino Pereira says the event promises to be a great evening for the Pacific business community.

“PBT is excited to bring the awards back for the first time since 2010. The quality of the nominations already received will ensure the evening will inspire all those attending,” he says.

The National Pacific Business Trust Awards provide a unique platform to celebrate Pacific business success, focus on growth and sustainability of Pacific enterprises and recognise innovation.

Tickets for the 2016 National Pacific Business Trust Awards are on sale now. to purchase.


About Pacific Business Trust

The Pacific Business Trust is a ‘not for profit’ Charitable Trust set up in 1985, providing economic development services for Pacific Businesses and Business People within New Zealand. The vision of the Trust is “Pacific Prosperity” with four pillars of focus; Innovation, Growth and Sustainability, Assets for Growth and Excellence.

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