2020 NSW Women of the Year Awards Sponsors
With thanks to our platinum sponsor
Previously known as First State Super, we changed our name to Aware Super in September 2020. First State Super has been the fund for people who value community as well as personal gain since 1992.
In July 2020 we merged with VicSuper and together we are one of Australia’s largest super funds, managing more than $120 billion in savings for more than 1 million members.
Our members work in roles that breathe life into their communities and they expect us to do the same. So we invest in assets that we believe will make a positive difference today - improving our communities, building a more sustainable economy and supporting employment both locally and globally at the same time as providing strong long-term returns.
We are proud to have been recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality. We value the important role women play and the contribution they make to our organisation, to our society and to the economy.
Discover how we’re helping members do well financially while doing good in the world: Visit aware.com.au
With thanks to our silver sponsors
Sponsor of Young Woman of the Year Award.
Established in 1982, Harvey Norman is one of Australia’s most iconic and best-known retail brands. Harvey Norman Holdings Limited is a public company whose principal activities primarily consist of an integrated franchising, retail and property enterprise. Harvey Norman, Domayne and Joyce Mayne stores in Australia deliver an unparalleled retail offering to Australian consumers with an extensive product range, cutting-edge technology and market leadership in key product categories. Harvey Norman has grown into a global business, with company owned stores in New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Slovenia, Croatia and Ireland.
Harvey Norman has provided career opportunities to women across Australia both in metropolitan and regional areas, employing over 12,000 people nationwide. Their commitment to gender diversity is reflected in the increasing number of women in senior management roles within the business and their initiatives ensure this trend continues to increase.
Sponsor of Regional Woman of the Year Award.
Regional Express (Rex) is Australia’s largest independent regional airline with some 1,400 weekly flights to 54 destinations. The Rex Group comprises Regional Express, air freight and charter operator Pel-Air Aviation and Dubbo-based regional airline Air Link, as well as the Australian Airline Pilot Academy.
With thanks to our bronze sponsor
Nepean Regional Security (NRS) is owned by the 2017 NSW Business Woman of the Year, Managing Director, Gina Field.
Established for 20 years, the manpower security provider covers Local, State and Federal Government sites and has recently just acquired the Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek as a contract. NRS is one of the most awarded security companies in the State, winning over 26 industry awards including an international business award. NRS also covers commercial, residential and domestic clients as a one stop guards, mobile patrols and alarm installation shop.
Gina says “These awards are about recognising women in all their success and greatness, in our community at all levels. As a previous winner I know that it is only fitting that I give back to this awards program as a Bronze sponsor”.
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