Inbox: Who are our outstanding global business leaders?

Business leaders helping to transform New Zealand’s economy by growing globally successful companies will be acknowledged in the 2012 New Zealand International Business Awards being coordinated by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE).
The Emerging International Business Leader and Outstanding International Business Leader awards, sponsored by KPMG, provide an opportunity to recognise the people who are leading the businesses on which New Zealand’s future economic success depends, says NZTE chief executive Peter Chrisp.
“New Zealand is not short of amazing people who share an ambition for thriving economy but when it comes down to it, it’s the leaders of our successfully internationalising businesses who are spearheading this charge. It’s great to be able to provide an opportunity to recognise and share their efforts with the rest of New Zealand.”
KPMG executive chairman Ross Buckley says the two leadership awards reinforce the difference visionary business people are making to New Zealand. “Today’s global business environment is fast-paced and challenging. We’re looking for nominations of outstanding leaders who cut through the complexity of this environment and, in doing so, achieve outstanding results in the world of international business. It is important that they are also willing to share the lessons they’ve learned along the way.”
Nominations for the two leadership categories close on Friday, August 19. Nomination forms are available on the New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) website:
The leadership awards are part of the New Zealand International Business Awards programme run by NZTE. Awards’ activity will culminate in gala ceremony in March 2012 where finalists and winners get to take their place alongside other New Zealand business success stories. M

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