HVIA members have responded to the opportunity to have their teams and innovation acknowledged.
HVIA Chief Executive Todd Hacking said there had been a record number of nominations for HVIA’s 2020 National Awards.
“The suite of awards acknowledge innovation, leadership, apprentices and our role in the community,” Mr Hacking said.
“It is a great way of paying tribute to the passion and hard work that our members and their teams put in across the year.”
“Now it is over to our esteemed judges to determine this year’s winners. I don’t envy that task from such a tremendous field of entries.”
The awards will be presented at the HVIA Gala Awards Dinner in Brisbane on 20 November 2020.
Pictured above: HVIA’s Todd Hacking with some winners, runners-up, sponsors and supporters enjoying the festivities at the 2019 HVIA Gala Awards Dinner photo wall.
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