Recognised for excellence in the New Zealand Business Excellence Foundation Not for Profit category, BCITO will join finalists across 11 categories at this year’s awards.
Warwick Quinn, Chief Executive, BCITO says, “We are pleased to be named a finalist. It is truly an achievement for an industry training organisation and only made possible by our passionate team and dedicated partners in the construction industry, in particular employers who train apprentices – the businesses we support.”
Now into their twelfth year the AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards are the only national performance measure for New Zealand business support organisations.
AUT Business School Acting Dean, Professor Kate Kearins congratulates all the finalists in this year’s awards. “We value our connections with businesses big and small who make the difference every day in supporting other businesses. “We salute the individuals who inspire excellence,” says Kearins.
Winners of the eleven category awards and the supreme award will be named at a gala dinner on 4 October 2017.
Find out more about the 2017 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards.
2017 finalists for the AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards
ICG Business < $5M T/O
Connect Global Limited
ICG Business < $5M T/O Sales & Marketing
Wolf & Fox
Idealog Business $5M - $20M T/O
Fuji Xerox Large Business
Colab Design and Creative Technology Support
Idealog Sustainability Support
CPA Australia Financial Services Support
New Zealand Business Excellence Foundation Not for Profit
BCITO (Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation)
Home and Community Health Association
NZ Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (NZVCA)
Advanced Security Group Government
AUT International Business Export Support
New Zealand Post
Fuji Xerox Leadership
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