Mindpearl nominated for the 2015 Women in Business Awards in Fiji
Mindpearl, award winning international contact centre outsourcer, recently attended the Women in Business (WIB) awards in Fiji held in March 2015. This premier event is a notable part of Fiji’s business calendar. Fiji currently does not have adequate representation of women in business and commerce; these awards bring awareness to this cause and celebrate the commercial achievements of women and businesses that are impacting the advancement of women in Fiji.
‘As an Employer of choice in Fiji, we believe that building a team of exceptional people is key to our success. This includes a longstanding commitment to increase the number of women in leadership roles, educating and enhancing the commercial skills of women at various levels of our organisation and empowering women for leadership positions. With this in mind, we recently nominated one of our employees Movina Praveen for these awards’, commented Ingo Schulz, General Manager, Mindpearl Fiji
‘It was a great honour to be nominated and to take part in these prestigious awards’, remarked Movina.
Movina was nominated for the Manager of the of the Year award category. In addition, Mindpearl was nominated for the ‘Employer of Choice for Women’ award. ‘Mindpearl will continue supporting worthy initiatives such as these, as we strive to impact the communities around us.’ added Ingo.
WIB Award Winners were announced on the night. To see the winners, click here
About The Women in Business Awards:
The Women in Business Awards Honour Fiji’s outstanding women and recognise its members who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their business or profession and in their service to the community. This is the premier event of its kind in the country and a notable part of Fiji’s business calendar. Women in Business (WIB) was founded in 1998 in response to the lack of an organisation which provides women in commerce and business a platform for exchange of ideas and information to promote and facilitate the economic and commercial interest of women.