Waipa Business Awards finalists named

Nova Health’s Andrew McCathie (left) and Samuel Mackenzie (right) were joint winners of the Digital Strategy and Implementation Award at last year’s Waipa Business Awards, pictured on the night with Mayor Jim Mylchreest. Photo – Barker Photography.

Finalists in the 2018 Waipa Networks Business Awards were announced last week. The event, which had a record number of entries this year, saw fifteen Cambridge businesses make it through to the next judging round.

They include:

Footloose Shoes – Employee of the Year, Anne-Marie Standring.

Loulous Salon & Day Spa – Employee of the Year – Ashlee Burdon and Sharnah Herlihy, Best Customer Service, Excellence in Business – New & Emerging, Excellence in Sustainability & Community Contribution.

Good Union – Best Customer Service, Customer Choice, Excellence in Business – New & Emerging, Excellence in Digital Strategy and Implementation.

Rocketspark – Best Customer Service, Excellence in Business – New & Emerging.

Rumor – Best Customer Service.

Accounted4 – Customer Choice.

Mr Walter Barbershop – Customer Choice.

CRAVE – Excellence in Business – New & Emerging and Small Business.

Meraki Workspace – Excellence in Business – New & Emerging.

Wraptrade Ltd – Excellence in Business – New & Emerging.

Kit-Markin Homes Ltd – Excellence in Business – New & Emerging.

Sign Boss Ltd – Excellence in Business – Small Business.

Cambridge Raceway – Excellence in Business – Medium Business.

Five Stags Leamington – Excellence in Business – Large Business.

Gourmet Delicious – Excellence in Business – Large Business, Excellence in Sustainability & Community Contribution.

Winners of each category will be announced at the awards evening on Friday, August 31 at the Mystery Creek Events Centre. Awards for Outstanding Services to Business, Emerging Business Leader of the Year and the overall Supreme Award will also be announced on the night. Get along and support our local business people – tickets are available at www.waipabusinessawards.co.nz.

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