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EY - Māori & Pacific Business Student of the Year 2021

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Come and join us to celebrate the finalists and find out who will be crowned this year's Māori & Pacific Business Student of the Year!

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We invite you to join us, virtually, to celebrate the finalists of the EY- Māori & Pacific Business Student of the Year 2021.

The EY - Māori & Pacific Business Student of the Year Award is for the Business School student who has demonstrated achievements in service to the community, communication skills, academic performance, extracurricular activities and knowledge of world issues.

All the finalists have been put through a rigorous application process in order to make it through to the final.

There will be a winner in both the Māori & Pacific categories who will receive $650 prize money each and the winners will have a photo and brief bio on the Business School's "Best in Business" displays. They will also receive the highly prestigious Business Student of the Year Shield.

In addition to the winners there is also a prize for the 'Judges Choice' Award.

We would like you to join us in celebrating these students and their outstanding achievements.

This year’s finalists are:

Māori

  • Piripi Gordom
  • Paraone Luiten - Apirana
  • Te Ao Leach

Pasifka

  • Maata Blake Mafi
  • Moana Kaori Yasumitsu Tsujido
  • Sione Havea Vaiaku

For more information please visit the EY Business Student of the Year website.

  • **Due to Covid alert levels in Auckland, this event will be held online via zoom**
  • **Once registered attendees will receive the zoom link ahead of the event**

Kind regards,

The Business School Student Development and Engagement team

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