Friday 23rd November 2018
- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JNC Group win 2018 Indigenous in Business Category at the Ethnic Business Awards
JNC Group Australia Pty Ltd
Media enquires: Bridgette Betts
1800 006 460 • 02 6772 9980 jncgroup.com.au
JNC Group has won the prestigious Indigenous in Business Category award at the Ethnic Business Awards, held in Sydney
on Thursday, 22nd November 2018
Celebrating its 30th year, the Ethnic Business Awards celebrate the rich diversity and invaluable contributions migrants and Indigenous people contribute to the Australian business economy. Organisers from the Ethnic Business Awards revealed nominees over the last 30 years have come from more than 100 countries of origin and covered every state and territory in Australia
commented, “JNC Group are thrilled and honoured to be recognised at this national level. We truely believe diversity empowers, and our people are our strength, indeed this is our mission statement. The commitment and compassion from the entire JNC Group community makes us who we are. I’m incredibly proud of the JNC Group family and our achievements”.
The award was announced by the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Defence Industry and Leader of the House of Representatives. The Hon Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia
, presented the award to Jeremy Blanch
and delivered a moving address at the event where he said immigrants had enriched “Australian society, the Australian economy and Australian lives”. JNC Group is a majority Indigenous family owned and managed company.
is the joint founder (along with wife Nicole) and CEO, he is a proud Anaiwan Indigenous man from the Uralla area of northern New South Wales
. Formed in 2010 JNC Group’s Head Office is in Armidale, New South Wales
, with offices located throughout Australia
. Across the construction and service industries, JNC Group is driven to deliver exceptional quality, service and value. Drawing on the specialist skills from our diverse portfolio of businesses, they build success through innovation, collaboration and a corporate culture that thrives on empowering diversity.
For further information, or to arrange an interview with Jeremy, please direct all enquiries to Bridgette Betts