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ExportNZ Awards entries open to cream of Bay crop


Entries are open for the 29th annual Bay of Plenty ExportNZ Awards, which celebrate the cream of the Bay’s export crop.

Longstanding sponsors Sharp Tudhope Lawyers, YOU Travel, Page Macrae Engineering and Beca are once again all supporting the best local exporters.

Exporters have until Friday, May 10 to get their entries in, with finalists announced on May 16 and the awards night held on June 21.

Categories include:

Best Emerging Business - Sponsored by YOU Travel

Excellence in Innovation - Sponsored by Page Macrae Engineering

Export Achievement - Sponsored by Beca

Service to Export - Sponsored by Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA)

Best Medium-Large Business - Sponsored by Sharp Tudhope Lawyers.

A partnership with New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) means winners of the Bay of Plenty ExportNZ Awards’ three company-based categories - Best Medium-Large Business, Best Emerging Business and Excellence in Innovation - are automatically shortlisted to pitch for finalist spots in the New Zealand International Business Awards.

Please visit www.bopexportnzawards.org.nz to find out more.

ENDS


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