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Real Estate awards to recognise players
Published on: Friday, September 20, 2019
By: Property Hunter
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KOTA KINABALU: The Property Hunter Real Estate Awards 2019 to recognise the best and most deserving developments and industry professionals in Sabah will be held at the Marriot on Nov 1.

It will celebrate the victories of the foremost key developers and projects in Sabah that highlight prime quality and functionality. 

Independent auditor Baker Tilly CKF will be collecting and verifying the results of the votes. These votes will be obtained from a collective decision made by a panel of judges after weeks of critical deliberation.

Those awarded will be setting a standard of top craftsmanship for all industry players in Sabah for the following years. 

Property Hunter has designed PHREA 2019 to be more than just an event for industry professionals to network and gain exposure. As the real estate industry matures each year, the standard of development quality and functionality increases respectively. 

The diverse panel of industry professional judges that were thoughtfully curated by Property Hunter, will be focusing their criteria on creativity of design, functionality, practicality and sustainability. The winning project will therefore set a benchmark for top quality development.

Director of Property Hunter, Elson Kho, expressed his gratitude for having Nippon Paint Sabah collaborate as the sponsor of the event.

“We are proud to announce the involvement of Nippon Paint Sabah as the sponsor for the Property Hunter Real Estate Awards 2019. Not only are they a global leader in the paint manufacturing industry, but they stand by a vision similar to our own as they are a company that continues to provide only the best value through quality and continuous innovation.”

“As a sponsor to this coveted awards, Nippon Paint Sabah further reaffirms that the awarded projects and developers are indeed reputable and significant industry players that are recognised for their excellence. Together, we hope to drive a movement forward within the real estate industry so that all deserving winners can stand proud not just within Sabah or Malaysia, but also on a global scale.”

Meanwhile, Nippon Paint Sabah General Manager Daniel Yong said as Malaysia’s No. 1 paint brand, innovation is always in their DNA as they believe that it is important to constantly evolve and push the boundaries to ensure that we effectively meet the needs and demands of our discerning consumers. 

“At Nippon Paint, we aim to go beyond just meeting the aesthetical and functional needs of consumers, but also to ensure that we support the communities where we operate in,” he said. 

 “Just earlier this year, we participated in the Pillars of Sabah 2.0 project, jointly organised by a group of young art enthusiasts in collaboration with the WWF-Malaysia to bring the Kota Kinabalu community together through art, and in the process highlight issues important to Sabah. 

“While we contributed 25 tubs of paints for this community project, what’s more important is that we lead various stakeholders in continuously sparking inspirational ideas and stimulating creativity,” he said.

He said this community initiative is also in line with ‘Colourful Dreams’, their flagship corporate social responsibility project that seeks to physically transform the homes of underprivileged children across the state as well as providing art and reading workshops to build greater confidence and self-worth among the underserved communities.

He said to move forward as a brand, they need to constantly listen to the needs and demands of their consumers. 

“By working with various partners, we hope to continue revolutionising the paint industry and raising the benchmark of the real estate industry, which is strategically aligned with the Property Hunter Real Estate Awards 2019 that recognises positive and innovative contributions by industry practitioners and brands.”

 


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