The Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber CEO, Kevin Hustler, has walked away with yet another award from PMR.Africa at a leaders and achievers awards breakfast at the Summerstrand Hotel in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
PMR.africa is the company doing consultant, research and risk management on behalf of business companies.
Hustler received a rating of “excellent”, and was rated first overall as the recipient of a Golden Arrow Award for outstanding service and contribution to the economic growth and development of the Eastern Cape Province by business persons.
Hustler was the only individual named among companies receiving awards on Friday. The awards are meant to honour business leaders and achievers in the provinces and rate them on their contribution to the economic growth and development of the Eastern Cape.
The award is linked to his survey on 155 managing directors, CEOs, business owners, company directors, senior employees and senior local and provincial government officials.
The year 2011 saw Hustler honoured as an individual with a Diamond Arrow award, the highest award of the annual event.
“I am honoured and humbled to be recognised once again,” he said.
“The Chamber team work tirelessly to deliver to the organisational vision, mission and values. The strategic leadership of our board, the strength of our management team, and the solid competence of our staff, mean the Business Chamber is well-equipped to meet the demands of our mandate to serve the needs of business in Nelson Mandela Bay. And to also act as a catalyst for change, development and economic growth in the whole of the Eastern Cape,” said Hustler.
Hustler believes this second award further cements the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber’s standing as a credible and effective business organisation in the province.
“My team and I are guided in everything we do by the Business Chamber’s maxim: Connecting Business, Stimulating Progress. We take ownership of this credo, and strive to facilitate economic growth and development and represent the interests of business in Nelson Mandela Bay at all times,” he said.
“We do this by sharing best practice freely among our members, stating clearly business’s position on key inhibiting or enabling factors affecting our sustainability, smoothing the way for catalytic socio-economic projects and engaging with diverse, key role players on a regular basis.”
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