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Skyline Luge International, of Queenstown, won the ANZ Best Large Business category, while the Supreme Award, from all the category winners, went to Canterbury-based software developer Seequent, which earlier won ANZ Best Medium Business.
Skyline, a tourism pioneer since 1966, won because of significant offshore investments, its strategic focus, phenomenal growth and significant revenue, judge Gavin Haworth said.
In addition to luge rides in Queenstown and Rotorua, Skyline has spread to six international locations and the judges were impressed with its large-scale international tourism facilities and ambition in markets as diverse as South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and the UK.
Other winners. -
•He kai kei aku ringa for Maori Excellence in Export: Port Nicholson Fisheries LP, of Wellington.
•Inspiring Team Leadership: Douglas Pharmaceuticals, of Auckland.
•Inspiring Women Leaders: Sarah Kennedy of Calocurb and Aliesha Staples of StaplesVR - both of Auckland.
•ANZ Best Emerging Business: Auckland BioSciences, operating in Auckland and Waikato.
•Excellence in Innovation: Serko, of Auckland.
•Excellence in Design: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, of Auckland.
•Inspiring Preference for New Zealand: New Zealand King Salmon, of Nelson.