To succeed in 2021, the Auckland Chamber of Commerce has encouraged businesses to change, innovate and reinvent the way they work. In order to present the Westpac Auckland Business Awardsthey had to do the same.
Last night 500 people, across 5 locations, came together to recognize the best businesses in Central Auckland, while supporting the industry hardest hit – an innovative approach to the Covid19 protection framework.
It was a night worth celebrating for many businesses in central Auckland, especially for
Juliet Hogan as they secured victory for the Supreme Business Excellence Award at Westpac Auckland Business Awards 2021 – Central Region.
Juliette Hogan opened her first store in Ponsonby, Auckland in 2007, and quietly led the brand to where it is today as one of New Zealand’s most successful boutique designers with five New Zealand stores. Zealanders and several resellers throughout the country.
“It was obvious that Juliette Hogan is a solid company despite all the obstacles of the past two years. They have a deep understanding of their audience, their marketing is backed by strategy, their business plans are backed by data analytics, their customers are at the heart of what they do, and their family values are embedded in their corporate culture. says Natalie Woodbridge, GM: Events and Marketing, Auckland Business Chamber.
“It’s so special to win the Prix Suprême tonight, it’s an absolute testament to the team, we work so hard and to be recognized at this level for what we’ve achieved is so wonderful. It’s such a wonderful thing to do, we love the opportunity to network at these events and it’s an absolute privilege to be a finalist alongside other companies tonight.
says Juliet Hogan
Chairman of the Westpac Auckland Business Awards, Mike Burke said “Juliette Hogans’ reaction to the disruption of the Covid-19 lockdown to retail, supply chains and the growing threats from major international online fashion brands and portals to New Zealand customers was first class. class. Their strategy and planning ensured they were focused and driven by their purpose and were truly empowered by their company values. As such, Juliette Hogan became a stronger company and grew accordingly. It is a fashion company that has shown discipline and mahi for several years to be revered as an amazing company.
“It is because of the breadth of excellence that Juliette Hogan has shown, during exceptionally difficult times, that we as judges are honored to have named them Supreme Business for the Westpac Auckland Business Awards – Central Region . Juliette Hogan, the person, and the company, should be commended for curating and designing more than just amazing fashion, but also for a great team, an inspiring culture and a famous company. said Burke.
The announcement caps off an already successful evening for Juliet Hogan after winning the Excellence in
Marketing and Excellency
in Customer service delivery.
Chief Executive of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce Michael Barnett congratulated Juliette Hogan on their success.
“They have shown both stable and unprecedented resilience and innovation and deserve winners. It is important that they are recognized. » says Michael Barnett, chief executive of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce.
Other category winners tonight included specialists in earthquake engineering, Tectonic; science-based luxury natural skincare, Emma Lewisham; online pet store, Pet.co.nz;
Libelle Group, a leading supplier of school food and beverages; digital classroom tool shaping the future of education, Kami;
Hawkins, proudly built in Aotearoa since 1946; and New Zealand’s leading IT training provider, NZIIT Techtorium.
“What people have noticed tonight is the new companies, the young people, the new talents that are taking part in these awards – but these companies are not just taking part in the awards, they are our future thinkers, our exporters, our employers , our leaders – they are the companies of tomorrow. We should notice them and celebrate them.
Westpac NZ head of corporate banking Mark Steed hailed the courage and tenacity of Auckland businesses during two years of uncertainty.
“Tonight’s winners and runners-up, as well as the wider business community, have excelled in finding new ways to do business with new customers,”
said Mr. Steed. “Their strength and resilience will be vital as Auckland prepares to open up to the world in 2022.
“At Westpac, we pride ourselves on working with Kiwi businesses and using our industry specialization approach to help them adapt and thrive. Whatever this year has in store for us, we know they will continue to help stimulate our economy in a strong and lasting way.
Central region category winners:
Excellence in innovation – ssponsored by Auckland Unlimited
Excellence in providing customer service – sponsored by Barfoot & Thompson
Best Emerging Company – sponsored by Air New Zealand
Marketing Excellence – sponsored by Cordis
People’s choice – by sponsored by Paintvine
Excellence in Strategy and Planning – sponsored by the Nauhria group
Libelle Group Ltd.
Excellence in International Trade – sponsored by Auckland Ports
Employer of the Year –
sponsored by 2degrees
Excellence in Community Contribution – sponsored by Westpac
Supreme Business Excellence Award –
sponsored by Westpac
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