MSI A National Finalist At The 52nd Australian Export Awards

At a ceremony recently held in Hobart, MSI won the Tasmanian Export Award for 2014, for the provision of Business Services internationally. Not only is this the state’s highest recognition of excellence for Tasmanian companies exporting services and goods, as state winners MSI also qualifies as a National Finalist and therefore now progresses to the 2014 Australian Export Awards.

In its 52nd year, the Australian Export Awards is a national program that recognises and honours Australian companies engaged in international business who have achieved sustainable growth through innovation and commitment. The Awards, across twelve different categories, measure businesses against their peers based on the strength of their international growth, marketing and financial strategies. This was reinforced in a recent letter from Federal Minister for Trade and Investment, The Hon. Andrew Robb, who wrote to MSI congratulating the whole team on their award and including the statement “the programme recognises Australian companies for their outstanding achievements in growing their business internationally “

MSI was established in Hobart in 2006 to specifically target the Australasian market and is proud of the role that it plays, along with other Tasmanian businesses, not only to the local and national economy, but also in enhancing our state’s reputation for companies that excel on the world stage. Having successfully operated in over 40 different countries worldwide to date, and with nearly 60% of MSI’s annual revenue being derived in the export market in 2013/14, MSI is pleased to be recognised nationally in this manner.

The prestigious 2014 Australian Export Awards will be held in Sydney in late November with a gala dinner culminating in the announcement of the national winners as well as the announcement of the Prime Minister's Australian Exporter of the Year.

Stefan Stimson of MSI Receiving Award Certificate From Austrade Representative (Sponsor)

2014 National Finalists With Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business and Trade, Adam Brooks MP