NORTH HARBOUR BUSINESS HALL OF FAME

Since 2015, the North Harbour Business Hall of Fame has been managed by the North Harbour Club & Charitable Trust – part of the Club's ongoing programme of rewarding excellence.

Established originally by North Shore City’s business development entity Enterprise North Shore in 2004, the Hall of Fame celebrates those who have made significant contributions to the region in business and in the community. With the amalgamation of Auckland city in 2010 the Hall of Fame stalled for a few years before being re-established by the North Harbour Club in 2015. The name was changed from North Shore to North Harbour Business Hall of Fame and in 2016 the first laureates were inducted by the North Harbour Club, with the intention to do this annually.

To be considered for induction, a nominee must be a successful business leader in their industry, whom has applied their skills and success to also benefit the community. Nominations are open on an ongoing basis for the North Harbour Business Hall of Fame and laureates are inducted at an annual dinner event.


LAUREATES – NORTH HARBOUR BUSINESS HALL OF FAME

Inductees 2004: Geoff Smale, Jim Smale, Ralph Roberts, Sir Stephen Tindall.

Inductees 2005: Sir David Levene**; Sir Graeme Avery; Sir Peter Maire.

Inductees 2006: Diane Foreman, Peter Menzies.

Inductee 2007: Ian Calderwood.

Inductee 2008: David Charlesworth.

Inductee 2009: Colin Harvey.

Inductees 2010: Jan Dawson, Gary Monk.

Inductees 2016: Paul and Liz Blackwell; John Spooner; Annette Presley.

Inductees 2017: Bill Speedy; Eric Fasenkloet; Paul Byrnes.

Inductees 2018: Ken Noble; David McAlpine; Steve Newman

Inductees 2019: Greg Smale, Carmel Fisher, Guy & Sue Haddleton

Inductees 2021: Garth Barfoot, Bob Jago, Craig Heatley

** - Those awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award

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2021 NORTH HARBOUR BUSINESS HALL OF FAME - inductees

Garth Barfoot (centre) inducted to the North Harbour Business Hall of Fame, joined by Philip Morgan-Rees of Milford Asset Management and Hall of Fame Laureate Liz Blackwell.

Craig Heatley (centre) inducted to the North Harbour Business Hall of Fame, joined by Philip Morgan-Rees of Milford Asset Management and Hall of Fame Laureate Eric Faesenkloet.

Bob Jago (centre) inducted to the North Harbour Business Hall of Fame, joined by Hall of Fame Laureate Colin Harvey and Philip Morgan-Rees of Milford Asset Management.

The three 2021 Laureates -  Garth Barfoot, Craig Heatley & Bob Jago

 

PHOTOS FROM THE 2021 BLACK TIE DINNER AT THE WHARF

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