Business Practice Awards
Recognises a business that successfully works within, and captures the benefits of, the global market, demonstrating outstanding international trade achievements, sustainable growth and results.
Recognises a business that has achieved significant business growth during the last one to three years as a result of effective planning and delivery. The business must have started trading after 31 March 2017.
Recognises a business that demonstrates how sustainable practices, which are embedded into the organisational strategy and operations, deliver sustainable business growth. Also open to businesses who have shown resilience and an ability to handle changes to the business environment.
Recognises a business which successfully incorporates Maori identity and tikanga as part of its business operation. Examples include: Logo, branding, mission statement, in its HR practices, company culture & values.
Recognises a business that has enhanced its success through innovation – both in thinking and implementing the idea. An innovation can be in a product/service/technology or process.
Recognises a business that has strong business values and ethics – going above and beyond in serving their stakeholders, whether they be customers, employees, suppliers, or the community.
Recognises a future business leader for their outstanding contribution within a local organisation and the wider business community. You may nominate an individual or yourself.
Recognises a business considered an essential service during the COVID-19 lockdown that has proven to be exceptional in their safety standards for staff and customers.
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Entry to the 2020 awards is now closed.