Staging Connections has won another key industry award; the Queensland MEA state award in the Products and Services Awards -Technical & Creative Production – Branch turnover > $5 million category.
In yet another exciting win, Staging Connections’ SEQ Business Development Executive Holly Roestenburg was named the Y MEA Future Leader of the Year. This category is open to nominations of any member or an employee of a member who is under 27 years of age and can demonstrate their involvement in Y MEA run initiatives and functions.
As NSW, Victorian and Queensland state winners, Staging Connections businesses will now face-off for the national award at the MEA National Conference in Brisbane from April 17-19.
Staging Connections Group Managing Director, Tony Chamberlain, said that with three of the Company’s state offices competing in the national MEA awards there was a bit of interstate rivalry however the main message from the awards is the recognition of Staging Connection’s ongoing focus on consistent high standards of service delivery.
“The MEA state awards recognise the passion and commitment of our teams to deliver consistently high standards of service to customers regardless of where they are. The fact that three of our businesses have achieved those high standards is a magnificent achievement and one of which we are all proud,” Tony said.
The MEA state awards follow the recent announcement that Staging Connections had won the national mice.net Readers Choice award for Best AV and Production Services Company.