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Winners at the Westpac New Zealand Franchise awards

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  • November 14, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Winners at the Westpac New Zealand Franchise awards
Image: Just Cabins receiving the Supreme Award

The Westpac New Zealand Franchise awards roughly coincided with the one-year anniversary of the magnitude 7.8 earthquake which rattled retailers in Kaikoura in 2016. At the Auckland ceremony, which honours achievement in franchised businesses, board chair Brad Jacobs acknowledged the tough journey of Kaikoura retailers in returning to profitability.

On the first anniversary of the Kaikoura earthquake, Jacobs says, it’s important to take the opportunity to celebrate business highlights and prove that people in the provinces are “a lot tougher than people who live in Auckland”.

“Tonight on this night of nights, it’s time to put competition aside, and recognise and celebrate each other.”

Jacobs says franchise businesses are a significant part of the New Zealand economy, with more than 35,000 franchise businesses representing more than 600 brands part of the Kiwi business landscape. Franchises make up more than 11 percent of New Zealand’s GDP.

The supreme winner at the Westpac New Zealand Franchise awards 2017 was Just Cabins and Just Cabins Waipa, Otorohanga and King Country.

Supreme awards

Westpac Franchise System of the Year

JUST CABINS

Westpac Franchisee of the Year

JUDI & EARL MCWHIRTER - JUST CABINS WAIPA, OTOROHANGA & KING COUNTRY

Supreme Awards are sponsored by: Westpac New Zealand Ltd
 

Franchisee and franchisee system awards


Business Services Best Franchisee of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Crowe Horwath
Winner: Crest Clean Dunedin
 

Retail Franchisee of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Streamline Solutions
Winner: Mister Minit - St Lukes

Retail Franchise System of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Streamline Solutions
Winner: Super Liquor

Food & Beverage Franchisee of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Franchise Accountants
Winner: Jesters - Mt Wellington

Food & Beverage Franchise System of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Franchise Accountants
Winner: The Coffee Club NZ

Home Services Franchisee of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Franchise Infinity
Winner: Dream Doors Christchurch

Home Services Best Franchise System Award
Sponsored by: Franchise Infinity
Winner: SelectFranchising

Lifestyle Services Franchisee of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Microsoft
Winner: Just Cabins - Waipa, Otorohanga & King Country

Lifestyle Services Franchise System Award
Sponsored by: Microsoft
Winner: Just Cabins 

Community and individual awards

Community Involvement - Franchisee of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
Winner: Jesters - Mt Wellington

Community Involvement - Franchise System of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
Winner: Fastway Couriers (New Zealand)

Field Manager of the Year 500K and Under
Sponsored by: Franchise New Zealand Media
Winner: Caylee Brown - Safe Kids in Daily Supervisions

Field Manager of the Year Over 500k
Sponsored by: Franchise New Zealand Media
Winner:  Stephen Brown - Columbus Coffee

Special awards
 

Best Emerging System Award
Sponsored by: MYOB
Winner: Zones Landscaping Specialists

Regional Master Franchisee Award of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Crowe Horwath
Winner: SelectValet Auckland

Media Campaign of the Year Award
Sponsored by: ABC Business Sales
Winner: Foodco New Zealand

Service Provider of the Year Award
Sponsored by: Oporto
Winner: Franchise Accountants

International Franchising of the Year
Sponsored by: Fastway Couriers New Zealand
Winner: SelectFranchising

Digital Innovation of the Year
Sponsored by: Green Acres Franchise Group
Winner: Dream Doors

FANZ Life Membership Recipient:

Estelle Logan, Galvin Bartlett and Laurel McCulloch

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