CITCSA Awards 2008


CITCSA Awards 2008

 

2008 Award Winners

INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by Multicultural SA
Australia India Business Council – SA Chapter

(L-R): CITCSA Chairman, Mr Nick Begakis AM, Mr Matt Stanton, Hon Kevin Foley, Deputy Premier, Ms Natasha Malani, Mr Brian Hayes QC, Ms Rajini Wood, Mr Eugene Reinboth, Ms Julie Halifax and Mr Ken Meek, Chapter President

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AMBASSADOR OF THE YEAR
Sponsored by the Department of Trade and Economic Development
Mr Brian Hayes QC

(L-R): Hon Kevin Foley, Deputy Premier, Mr Brian Hayes QC, CITCSA Chairman, Mr Nick Begakis AM

 

SMALL OR EMERGING CHAMBER AWARD
Sponsored by Export Finance and Insurance Corporation
French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry – SA Chapter

(L-R): Chamber President Mr Jean-Michel Favre, Hon Kevin Foley, Deputy Premier, Chamber Vice-President Mr Phillippe Gravier, Ms Christelle Damiens, Mr Olivier Foubert OAM, CITCSA Chairman, Mr Nick Begakis AM

 

FOOD AND WINE AWARD
Sponsored by Le Cordon Bleu
Hong Kong Australia Business Association SA

(L-R): CITCSA Chairman, Mr Nick Begakis AM, Hon Kevin Foley, Deputy Premier, Mr Wayne Cao, HKABA-SA President Mr Patrick Ho, Mr John McLachlan, Ms Jing Li, Ms Vicky Kuok, HKABA National President Mr Victor Moo, Mr Ian Mathison, Ms Samantha Babcock, Mr Steve Yip

 

JUDGE’S SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD
Thailand South Australia Business Council

(L-R): Ms Ampoon Thammak, Hon Kevin Foley, Deputy Premier, Ms Navarat Sachayansrisakul, Ms Ginta Orchard, Mr David Orchard, Ms Orapin Plummer, Mr Peter Phillips, Ms Aina Kambala, Mr Rob Bridge, CITCSA Chairman, Mr Nick Begakis AM

 

AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING LONG TERM ACHIEVEMENT BY AN INDIVIDUAL
Mr Chris Rees,, Austrade and Member of the Japan Australia Business Council of SA Inc

(L-R): Hon Kevin Foley, Deputy Premier, Mr Chris Rees, CITCSA Chairman, Mr Nick Begakis AM

 

BEST DRESSED PRIZE

Angie Lewis (centre) presents the Best-Dressed prize to Bushra (left) and Faisal Chaundry

 

BEST TABLE DECORATION PRIZE
Sponsored by Adelaide Festival Centre

Business SA took out the prize for their arrangement of both stuffed and inflatable native animals, as well as native plants and flowers, and much more.

 

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