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Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards 2014 Winners Announced

Wednesday 14th May 2014

Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards 2014

Last night we attended the Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards gala dinner at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney as finalists in the Technology application of the Year category.

 

We didn’t win this year but we also didn’t know what each of our competitors had submitted until the dinner. I was very impressed.

 

Successful Endeavours - Technology Application of the Year - finalist

Technology Application of the Year – finalist – Successful Endeavours

The winner for Technology Application of the Year was Micreo for their patented microwave communications tuning technology which reduces the time and cost to tune a new microwave communications device allowing to compete internationally with a high Australian Dollar. Very well deserved.

 

The overall winner was Marand Precision Engineering who have transitioned their business away from dependency on the automotive industry and recently secured production orders for the F35 Joint Strike Fighter vertical fins.

 

And personal favourite as a musician was RODE Microphones win as Exporter of the Year.

 

It was a great night celebrating success within Australian manufacturing.

 

Here is what we went up against:

 

Technology Application of the Year - Finalists 2014

Technology Application of the Year – Finalists 2014

We’ll be back next year.

 

Here are the winners from each category this year, courtesy of the Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards Winners 2014.

 

Successful Endeavours specialise in Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development. Ray Keefe has developed market leading electronics products in Australia for nearly 30 years. This post is Copyright © 2014 Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd

One thought on “Manufacturers’ Monthly Endeavour Awards 2014 Winners Announced

  1. Well done yet again Ray! And your team, of course.

    So even though you didn’t win you still have to find a spot on your wall for the finalist certificate? That’d be a good problem to have, I’m sure.

    I hope it’s all translating into lots of great business for you. 🙂

    Cheers, Bill

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