Magazine article New Zealand Management

Most Reputable Company Finalists

Magazine article New Zealand Management

Most Reputable Company Finalists

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Fletcher Building

Jonathan Ling, CEO

C[pounds sterling]Fletcher Building has been around in some shape or form for 101 years, and you can only build a business that survives that long if it is able to deal openly and honestly with its customers, suppliers, and staff.

C[pounds sterling]We are here for the long term Co hopefully another century at least Co and having a strongly positive reputation in the wider community is good business and will help to ensure we do survive even in tough times.

C[pounds sterling]Having a great reputation is part of what needs to be done to build a sustainable organisation Co one that continues to evolve to meet the market.C[yen]

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Michael Daniell, CEO

C[pounds sterling]WeCOre in the medical devices business, so our reputation is important for our business. Reputation is important to us, because we have a lot of stakeholders Co the shareholders first and foremost. Also itCOs important for consumers and staff, to be seen as a good quality business, especially as weCOre looking to recruit and attract the best people.

C[pounds sterling]Our strategies come naturally right from the founders more than 75 years ago. We are a company that goes out of its way to behave ethically and honestly Co itCOs part of our DNA, as opposed to being a conscious strategy.

C[pounds sterling]Having a good reputation serves us well with shareholders, customers and staff.C[yen]


Andrew Ferrier, CEO

C[pounds sterling]Fonterra is really performing. We are growing export earnings, we are investing in New Zealand and about to deliver the second best ever payout to shareholders this year. …

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