Awards for Excellence 2019

6 May 2019

Get ready to celebrate your success! It is nearly time to enter Hospitality New Zealand’s Awards for Excellence 2019. Entry for the awards will open on Wednesday 15 May.


Hospitality New Zealand’s Awards for Excellence is now in its 22nd year, and each year, we recognise the high quality of services and experiences that our members work hard to create in the accommodation, and food and beverage sectors. We celebrate the hard work of you and your team, offering you the chance to boost your brand’s profile, gain industry recognition and respect for your achievements, and to give your employees a well-deserved boost as well.



This year, Hospitality New Zealand’s awards and conference take place in Hawke’s Bay from October 15-17. Once entries open to the Awards for Excellence 2019 on Wednesday 15 May, you will be able to review the full list of award categories, select which one you think is most appropriate to your business, and nominate yourself to win an award.



Entry to the Awards for Excellence 2019 is open to Hospitality New Zealand members. If you are not currently a member, but wish to join us for the awards, click here to find out how you can join Hospitality New Zealand and the year round benefits you can receive by doing so.




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