Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2017 – Central

Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2017 – Central


My Food Bag has won the Supreme Business Excellence Award at last night’s Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2017 – Central.

The food delivery business’s founder, Cecilia Robinson, says consistency comes with the pursuit of excellence every single week.

“We aim to get better every week and we never rest on our laurels. So as a team we are always challenging ourselves, we always think about how we can do more and get better. That’s just part of our DNA in who we are.”

My Food Bag also won the Excellence in Customer Service Delivery category making it eligible for the supreme award.

Other individual category winners included business IT services and solutions company, Ricoh New Zealand Ltd, personalised edu-tech company Crimson Education, milk products exporter to China, Milk New Zealand Ltd, pre-prepared home-food delivery business WOOP, online education provider, The Career Academy and the Museum Of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO Michael Barnett says the winners represent the diversity of Auckland’s economy in size, management style and commitment to business excellence.

“These awards are all about celebrating businesses in our community that are making a difference. These are the employers, producers and leaders for today and tomorrow – who make Auckland the thriving centre it is.”

Auckland Council’s economic growth agency – Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) – partners with Auckland Chamber of Commerce to present the awards.

ATEED’s Chief Executive Nick Hill congratulates those businesses recognised for standing out in their chosen fields.

“These companies are playing a key role in stimulating Auckland’s culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, which is driving long-term economic growth. Tonight’s winners have achieved excellence across a diverse range of sectors, and are role models for other businesses on their growth journey,” says Hill.

Jeff Driscoll, Westpac Regional Commercial Manager, Auckland, says the Westpac Business Excellence Awards are about taking time out to recognise the smartest, savviest and strongest businesses in the Auckland community.

“It’s been fantastic to see the high calibre of entries this year. Auckland is the biggest cog in New Zealand’s economy and fundamentally important to our global success.”


Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2017 - Central winners

Best Emerging Business - sponsored by Air New Zealand

Winner: WOOP

Excellence in Customer Service Delivery - sponsored by Augusto Group

Winner: My Food Bag

Excellence in Innovation - sponsored by AUT

Winner: Crimson Education

Excellence in International Trade - sponsored by Ports of Auckland

Winner: Milk New Zealand Dairy Ltd

Excellence in Marketing - sponsored by Soar Printing

Winner: Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT)

Excellence in Strategy and Planning - sponsored by Fusion5

Winner: The Career Academy

Employer of the Year - sponsored by Marsh

Winner: Ricoh New Zealand Ltd

Supreme Business Excellence Award - sponsored by Westpac

Winner: My Food Bag


ENDS


The Westpac Auckland Business Awards, hosted by Auckland Chamber of Commerce with the support of ATEED, offer businesses a chance to be rewarded for their excellence, to share their stories and to celebrate their successes. For a complete list of finalists and details of the Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremonies please visit aucklandbusinessawards.co.nz


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Reserve Bank: Ongoing Monetary Tightening
The Monetary Policy Committee today increased the Official Cash Rate (OCR) to 3 percent from 2.5 percent. The Committee agreed it remains appropriate to continue to tighten monetary conditions... More>>



Statistics: Weekly Earnings Rise As More In Full-time Employment

Median weekly earnings from wages and salaries rose by 8.8 percent to $1,189 in the year to the June 2022 quarter, Stats NZ said today... More>>



Bell Gully: Uncertainty Ahead With New Unconscionable Conduct Legislation

new prohibition against ‘unconscionable conduct’ in trade is one of a number of changes to the Fair Trading Act 1986 that come into force from 16 August 2022. The new prohibition may have wide-ranging implications for many businesses... More>>


Electricity Authority: Imposes Interim Restrictions On Very Large Electricity Contracts

Consumers of electricity will be protected from potentially paying more than they should due to the impact of very large electricity contracts on wholesale prices, under urgent changes announced today by the Electricity Authority... More>>


Westpac: Economic Overview, August 2022 – Pushing Through

The New Zealand economy faces some lean growth in the year ahead as households’ budgets are squeezed, according to Westpac’s latest Economic Overview... More>>


Kiwi Group Holdings: Fisher Funds Acquires Kiwi Wealth Business

Kiwi Group Holdings Limited (KGHL) today announced the sale of Kiwi Wealth to Fisher Funds for NZ$310 million... More>>