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​Intergen CEO in the running for Wellingtonian of the Year

​Intergen CEO in the running for Wellingtonian of the Year

Intergen CEO, Simon Bright, has been named a finalist in the Business category in this year’s Wellingtonian of the Year awards.

Simon Bright - CEO, Intergen

Simon Bright - CEO, Intergen

Intergen CEO, Simon Bright, has been named a finalist in the Business category in this year’s Wellingtonian of the Year awards.

Known as The Wellys, the Wellingtonian of the Year Awards started in 1989, celebrating the achievements and contributions across all sectors of the Greater Wellington community.

The awards celebrate winners across nine categories: Arts, Business, Community Services, Education, Environment, Government, Science and Technology, Sport and Youth.

“It is a real privilege to be a finalist in the Wellingtonian of the Year awards amongst such an accomplished line-up of finalists,” Bright said.

“At Intergen we are proud to call Wellington our founding home and enjoy being part of the fabric of this vibrant city.

“It’s an exciting time for us as we look forward to the next chapter in our Wellington journey as we move to our new home in the redeveloped Press Hall at 80 Willis Street in early 2017.

“We look forward to a great night celebrating with Wellingtonians from across all the many sectors that contribute to making Wellington the coolest little capital in the world.”

Winners will be named at The Wellys awards evening at Te Papa on November 10.

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