Awards and Honours
Best places to work 2009
GS1 New Zealand was a finalist in the Small Business Category of the National ‘Best Places to Work’ competition in 2009.
GS1 New Zealand has received three GS1 Global Business Case awards for projects we worked on for our members.
- 2007 - GS1 New Zealand 'Hammers Home' Quality in DIY
- 2009 - Rolling out EPC/RFID in Kiwifruit
- 2011 - Enabling pasture-to-plate traceability
Victoria University PhD Scholarship
GS1 New Zealand co-funds with Victoria University a PhD Scholarship at the Victoria Business School. The current holder of the GS1 Scholarship is Melissa Welch, supervised by Professor Elan Noy, the Chair in Economics & Disasters. The focus of Melissa’s research is understanding the economics of traceability especially in the context of the food sector and the risk of recalls. Contact Melissa.