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Aon
Friday, March 01, 2013

For the past 17 years AON FIJI has provided Risk and Insurance services to a growing, vibrant tourism industry. As a company we have been privileged to have our brand associated with Fiji tourism and pride ourselves on the ability to be able to grow and work alongside your business.

AON and its predecessors, has been operating in Fiji in excess of 25 yrs and have a staff of 29 located in two offices. We are recognised by Fijian Industry as a committed long term supporter. Our clients agree that AON is a company that values accuracy, innovation, integrity and providing a solution in all its dealings. This is a core value of AON Fiji.

AON Fiji has successfully lead the insurance Market in Fiji in innovation and leadership for many years while others have been complacent relying on size and shareholders to grow its business.

In 2012 Fiji has been subjected to unprecedented weather events including two floods and Cyclone Evan. Fiji businesses together with their people have shown resilience together with the focused and supportive tourism industry to keep Fiji to the forefront of the South Pacific Tourist destinations . That talent and teamwork has continued to strive to deliver that quality holiday experience for our visitors even in the face of adversity.

Current indicators bode well for what could be an exciting period of growth for the tourism industry here in the islands. AON sees these awards as recognition of those businesses that continue to challenge existing values and who strive to exceed their customer expectations.

AON salutes all those businesses that were nominated and congratulate finalists and the winners of the AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism awards.





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