Pure SEO Make The Finalist's List In The Auckland Westpac Business Awards

On the heels of a Google All-Stars award win, Auckland based Search Engine Optimisation company Pure SEO has been named in the list of finalists in the 2013 Auckland Westpac Business Awards.

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Pure SEO Nominated as Finalist In 2013 Auckland Business Awards

Pure SEO Nominated as Finalist In 2013 Auckland Business Awards

Twenty Auckland companies and three individuals have been selected as the finalists in the Westpac awards, representing businesses across a wide spectrum of industries.

(PRWEB) September 30, 2013

Taking a leaf out of the “David versus Goliath’ aspect of the America’s Cup campaign, where we are all so proud of the Emirates Team New Zealand effort, the Westpac Auckland Central Business Awards 2013 can reveal that Auckland has its own Davids getting ready to take on the Goliaths. Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO, Michael Barnett believes this year’s Westpac Auckland Central Business Awards have revealed an increasing number of small companies who are challenging the big players for a place in the market. Through the platform of technology, innovative business models, collaborations and partnerships, these small and medium businesses are adaptable and fast-growing.

Pure SEO’s Richard Conway, founder and CEO of his search engine optimisation company, has been elected as a finalist in the competition this year in the Best Emerging Business Award category, testament to his company’s rapid growth over the last five years. As Richard says, "As an honorary Kiwi, I’m happy to report the business has thrived in this country, where we punch above our weight in tech innovation and engagement. What any web-centric Kiwi business struggles with, though, is simple lack of access – it’s hard to keep up with what’s going on in the forefront of our field internationally."

“For this reason and others, I was thrilled when Pure SEO was named the New Zealand winner of the 2013 Google Engage All-Stars competition in July. The competition for online agencies has been run twice before, both times in 2012, but this was the first time it was open to companies outside the USA. The digital marketing agency’s win meant a once-in-a-lifetime experience for me. In Mid-August I spent two days at Google HQ, the Googleplex, in SanFrancisco, talking to other practitioners from the US, Canada, the UK, Argentina, Mexico and Australia. When we weren’t networking or sightseeing, we were soaking up advice from some of the smartest, most creative people in our industry.”

As one of this year’s finalists, Pure SEO’s achievements are a reflection of the success of the outstanding business hub which represents the accomplishments of small and medium businesses in the Auckland region. Twenty Auckland companies and three individuals have been selected as the finalists in the Westpac awards, representing businesses across a wide spectrum of industries”.

The category winners and the overall winner of the Westpac Supreme Business Excellence Award will be announced at a black-tie gala dinner at the Langham Hotel, Auckland on Thursday 7 November.

For more information on Pure SEO, please visit their website at http://www.pureseo.co.nz.


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