Dianne Quinn Real Estate, with Ray White offices in Paihia, Kawakawa and Kaikohe, has been selected as a finalist in the 2012 Northland Tall Poppy Business Awards, with the finalists being acknowledged at a business awards dinner to be held in early October. The Tall Poppy Awards have been running for several years and recognise businesses that have developed an ongoing excellence in regards to business culture and work within the community. The Judges are specifically looking for clear definition of controls, systems and processes. A key part of the criteria is the leadership component that shows how an organisation or company encourages excellent performance from the leaders vision and how these principles are put into practice.
Tonya Spicer, who is a senior member of the Dianne Quinn Real Estate Group said that the company was thrilled to be acknowledged with this recognition.“We have as a business developed strong relationships within the community, both through our work directly with community organisations and also our communication to the marketplace in respect of our business.”
Richard and Dianne Quinn, the owners of Ray White Paihia, Kawakawa and Kaikohe, said that they were humbled to have been selected a finalist in the business awards. “We take pride in our business being involved in all levels of the community as well as being a sustainable and successful agency within the areas that we trade.”
Carey Smith, Chief Executive of Ray White New Zealand, said that Dianne Quinn Real Estate is a very successful business in its own right and has clearly demonstrated their value to the Northland community through being selected as a finalist for this award. “Their business has over 50% market share in the areas in which they have offices and this is a reflection of their commitment to both hard work and high levels of service to their clients.”