Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards 2008

Published: Wed 1 Oct 2008 05:23 PM
Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards 2008
Celebrating Home Grown Business Success
From successful home grown franchise businesses such as Paper Plus to other New Zealand greats like the Rodney Wayne Ltd, the franchise industry plays a huge part in the New Zealand economy with an annual turnover of $16 billion.
The 14th Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards will celebrate and showcase many of the country’s highest performers and wealthiest businesses.
With over 16,000 individually-owned franchisee businesses employing more than 70,000 people in New Zealand, the Awards are fiercely competitive.
A panel of Franchise industry experts will rigorously analyse and test each entrant looking at their planning, Return on Investment and customer satisfaction as well as overall performance in order to award the ultimate industry accolades - the Award for 2008 Supreme Franchise System and 2008 Supreme Franchisee of the Year.
The Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards takes place on 8th November 2008, and will be hosted by Frankie Stevens at the Rendezvous Hotel in Auckland.
The Award categories include: Business Services, Food and Beverage, Home Services, Lifestyle Services, Retail, Service Provider and Master Franchisee Award.
Date: Saturday 8th November 2008
Venue: Rendezvous Hotel
Corner of Mayoral Drive and Vincent Street
Time: 7:00PM – 12:30AM
Cost: Members $160
Non-Members $200
Table of 10 Members $1440
Tickets go on sale in October. To book please call Jane Paape on 09 523 4452 or email For further information visit

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