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Nominations are now open for HKB National Business Awards 2022

The most prestigious celebration of Hong Kong's business champions is accepting entries until 17 June 2022.

In its fifth year, the Hong Kong Business National Business Awards continues to honour exceptional local businesses in Hong Kong and give recognition to their outstanding initiatives. Projects will be judged on their uniqueness and innovation, effectiveness, and dynamism.

Presented by Hong Kong Business, the awards programme is open to all homegrown companies in Hong Kong currently headquartered in the country. Eligible companies may nominate any initiatives that highlight an outstanding project, service or innovative internal strategies that have been completed over the last 24 months. Entries launched before this period remain eligible as long as recent improvements or innovations have been made.

Notable winners in the past years’ ceremonies saw companies like CN Logistics International Holdings Limited (Logistics), Peak Reinsurance Company Limited (Reinsurance), Prenetics Group (Healthcare Technology), Nexstgo Company Limited (Electronics), Trakitall Ltd (Health Products and Services), Carezza (Furniture and Fixture), and Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited (Transportation) bring home awards for their respective categories. 

“Prenetics is honoured to receive this prestigious award. We are proud to have made such a big impact and continue to fight against COVID-19 in Hong Kong and globally,” said Danny Yeung, CEO and Co-Founder of Prenetics Group. “Our mission as a Company is to continue to provide millions of people with easily accessible health information.” Prenetics Group won the National Business Award in the Health Products and Services category for their community initiative, Project Screen. 

The entries will be reviewed based on inspiration behind the initiative, uniqueness & innovation, effectiveness, impact on the company and industry, as well as dynamism to changes and progressive opportunities by a prestigious panel of judges.

Nomination is free of charge. Deadline for submission of entries is on 17 June 2022. For more information, please contact Danica Avila at danica@charltonmediamail.com or call +65 3158 1386. To know more about the awards programme, click here.

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