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H3 puts its support behind a major industry award.

10 October 2017

Hamilton’s H3 group is helping celebrate high-performing event professionals by putting its support behind a major industry award.

Hamilton’s H3 group is helping celebrate high-performing event professionals by putting its support behind a major industry award.

For the first time this year H3 is sponsoring the Event Professional of the Year category at the New Zealand Events Association (NZEA) Awards. The awards ceremony will take place at SkyCity Auckland tomorrow night [Wednesday, 11 October].

The Event Professional of the Year award recognises individuals who deliver excellence and contribute a high level of positive impact through their work.

H3 Executive Director Sean Murray, who will present the Event Professional of the Year award to the winner tomorrow night, says H3 is very proud to put its name behind the category.

“It is so important to take the time to celebrate excellence and recognise the exceptional event professionals in our midst. These people make a huge impact on our industry, our communities and our country, and help set the bar for others to aspire to,” says Mr Murray.

“H3 is extremely proud to be supporting the NZEA Awards and the Event Professional of the Year category in particular.”

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