A Sydney company which has turned Australia’s culturally diverse workforce into a major export earner has won this year’s National Multicultural Marketing Awards.
The directors of Polyglot Group Australia were presented with their prestigious award at a gala dinner tonight in Sydney hosted by the NSW Minister for Citizenship, Virginia Judge.
The National Multicultural Marketing Awards have been conducted by for the last twenty years and have unearthed winners from across multinational business, government and community sectors.
The company’s award submission told the judges: “Polyglot’s entire business model and strategy is based on promoting, and turning into an asset, the multiculturalism of Australian society. We are what we sell.”
The company describes itself as: “A boutique human resources consultancy specialising in multicultural resourcing and consulting to assist companies in their international expansion – be it Australian companies expanding overseas or foreign companies investing in Australia.”
The Chair of the Commission, Stepan Kerkyasharian, said tonight: “Polyglot is a classic winner of the Multicultural Marketing Awards because it does what we wanted to achieve – to tell the whole country and the world that we are a richer, smarter and more successful country because we have the added strength of cultural diversity as a major asset.”
Polyglot Group also won the Export Category of tonight’s awards.