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Takers of the Prime Minister's International Business awards

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, July 15, 2017

The award categories this year are:

nBest Large Business Operating Internationally Award, sponsored by HFC Bank;

nBest Medium Business Operating Internationally Award, sponsored by TFL;

nBest Small Business Operating Internationally Award, sponsored by Bluescope Lysaght;

nEmerging Exporter of the Year Award, sponsored by FDB;

nRe-exporter of the Year Award, sponsored by Swire Shipping;

nExcellence in Innovation Award, sponsored by MITT;

nExcellence in Service Award, sponsored by Lysaght;

nExcellence in E-commerce Award, sponsored by Vodafone;

nPrimary Industry Business Excellence Award, sponsored by RBF;

nExcellence in Business Leadership Award, sponsored by Golden Manufacturing;

nSocially Responsible Business of the Year Award, sponsored by Tropik Wood; and

nSupreme Award, sponsored by KOOKAI

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