WHO WON WHAT AT THE 2016 TWG GALA DINNER?

By August 23, 2016 Industry news
Above (L-R): The Warehouse Group CEO Nick Grayston, Founder Garden to Table Catherine Bell, Chief Executive  Life Education Trust John O'Connell.

Above (L-R): The Warehouse Group CEO Nick Grayston, Founder Garden to Table Catherine Bell, Chief Executive Life Education Trust John O'Connell.

The Warehouse Group’s 25th annual charity dinner and supplier awards last week raised major funds for a new charity programme.

Special guests at the black tie event included a number of MPs, including Associate Health Minister and Minister for Pacific Peoples Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga and the Chair of the Parliamentary Health Select Committee Simon O’Connor, as well as suppliers and business partners of The Warehouse Group and leaders in the community sector.

The Gala Dinner also raised more than $765,000 for a new programme to fight child obesity in New Zealand.

The Empower programme will be run by not-for-profit partners Life Education Trust and Garden to Table, and will benefit 32,000 children in 170 NZ schools over a two-year period.

Also celebrated at the black tie event were TWG's key commercial partners, some of whom we recognise below:

TWG Supplier of the Year Supreme Award - Huawei NZ

TWG Innovator of the Year - MEA Mobile

WSL Supplier of Year - Brother NZ

NLG Technology Supplier of YearExeed

NLG Appliance Supplier of YearElectrolux Home Products

 

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