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Sadranu Wins Top Business Award

Debra Sadranu won the Business Woman of the Year award last night in Suva. The managing director of Senikai Spa in Nadi said  “it’s great to have women in Fiji
08 Mar 2015 09:55
Sadranu Wins Top Business Award
From left: Westpac Fiji GM Adrian Hughes, Hot Bread Kitchen owner Mere Samisoni, Aspiring Entrepreneur Woman of the Year – Sukhia Go of The Gift Hutt, Business Woman of the Year Debra Sadranu, Executive Business Woman of the Year – Premila Kumar, CEO Consumer Council, Manager of the Year – Ema Natadra, Regional Manager TLTB, Youngest Business Woman of the Year: Anika Taylor and Women in Business president Dr Nur Bano Ali. Photo: RANOBA BAOA

Debra Sadranu won the Business Woman of the Year award last night in Suva.

The managing director of Senikai Spa in Nadi said  “it’s great to have women in Fiji alongside me to celebrate the awards.”

She attributed her success to four women in the company. But she did not elaborate.ers.”

The other winners are: Aspiring Entrepreneur Woman of the Year – Sukhia Go of The Gift Hutt; Manager of the Year – Ema Natadra, Regional Manager TLTB; Executive Business Woman of the Year – Premila Kumar, CEO Consumer Council; Business Woman of the Year – Debra Sadranu – Managing Director Senikai Spa; Special Awards

Employer of the Year: Hotbread Kitchen;

Youngest Business Woman of the Year: Anika Taylor.

Get involved. This was the strong and inspiring message of the New United States Ambassador to Fiji, Judith Cefkin.

She made the comment at the Women in Business Awards last night at the Grand Pacific Hotel.

Her remarks coincided with the International Women’s Day celebrations aptly themed: Make it Happen. .

She highlighted Fiji’s role in empowering women in different sectors of the economy.

“I am new to Fiji but it is still easy for me to see that this is an important moment in Fiji’s history. With the recent election has come new political opportunities for women in Parliament. Fiji has its first female Speaker of Parliament and first female Opposition Leader,” she said.

“Women also hold ministerial positions. At the same time women are succeeding in business. Now seems to be the time to get involved in the Government, civil service, start new business or seek new opportunities.”

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