Oasys congratulates this year's EXSA Award winners

Oasys Innovations would like to extend its congratulations to all the winners of the EXSA Annual Awards, handed out at a gala event held at the Expo Centre on 13 November. The evening's theme was “Pride, Passion and Pearls” and the passion on display cemented the industry's importance in the current global economic climate.
Says Oasys Innovations Chief Executive Brian Kennedy: “Oasys Innovations would like to applaud all of this year's winners. Our industry is a demanding one, with long hours, requiring dedication and commitment and it is always gratifying to be recognised. In particular, the entire team at Oasys would like to extend our best wishes to several of our long standing clients, who took home a number of awards at last week's event. Rina Fortman of SARCDA took home two awards, one for Best Exhibition Organiser Employee and the second in her capacity as the Organiser for SARCDA International, which won in the Best Trade Show, 6 001 to 12 000 meters squared category. In addition Homemakers Media Holding, represented by Charmaine Brough, won for Best Consumer Show in the 12 000 meters squared category. Well done to Projeni Pather, who won the award for Best Consumer Show in the 6 001 to 12 000 square meter category for the Baby Expo in Durban, and Biz Events who took home the award for their National Boat Show in the Best Trade and Consumer Show category for exhibitions exceeding 12 000 square meters. Congratulations to you all on these well-deserved wins. Oasys Innovations looks forward to supporting you in all your future endeavours.”

20 Nov 2008 20:01

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