Anjuke, Nectaris throw their support behind the biggest night for real estate in the Chinese territories
Relive the grandest night for Chinese real estate in the official photo album here: Flickr.com
The 2021 edition of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau) celebrated last week the achievements of the best real estate companies and partners in the Chinese territories. Helping awardees to celebrate were some of the most recognisable brands known to consumers and property seekers across the nation.
The virtual gala celebration was presented in association with Anjuke, part of leading Chinese online marketplace 58.com. It also garnered the support of Nectaris, the top producer and distributor of quality drinking water in the nation.
Anjuke has been a partner of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards programme since 2018. As the leading property business of 58.com, Anjuke provides a bridge between real estate developers in Mainland China and the fast-growing property markets served by PropertyGuru Group, Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company.
“We at PropertyGuru Group are happy to play our part in unlocking the China property market and all the opportunities it brings to developers, agents, and property seekers across the region,” said Hari V. Krishnan, Chief Executive Officer of PropertyGuru Group.
This year, developers, design practices and real estate companies across the Chinese territories received a wide variety of winning titles and citations across 56 diverse categories.
“We are glad to provide a platform for the magnificent developments of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau and showcase these achievements to those who wish to invest in them or emulate their example,” said Krishnan.
The sustainability thrust of the programme complements the initiatives of Nectaris, which serves as the gold sponsor of this year’s awards.
“Our company’s mission is in line with this programme as we help developers accomplish their zero waste initiatives through the introduction of green technologies,” said Dinmukhammed Zhiyenalin, chief executive officer of Nectaris.
A member of the international professional associations for water supply (iwa.org) and water quality (wqa.org), Nectaris provides homeowners and residents access to superior drinking water. The company builds and operates water supply systems that pipes purified, treated water to homes and other buildings in cities across the Chinese territories. The purified flow is thoroughly checked for chemical and microbiological analysis in an independent accredited laboratory.
“Through this partnership, we aim to expand our connections and work with China’s top developers,” said Zhiyenalin.
In addition to honouring great developers and design practices, this year’s awards also included special recognitions for excellent household brands and suppliers such as Daikin, Fotile, Panasonic, Robam, and Tata Wooden Door.
Organised by Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, PropertyGuru Group, the virtual gala celebration made its global premiere on AsiaPropertyAwards.com and the awards programme’s official live channels on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Highlights of the show will be broadcast on the History Channel. The renowned network serves as the official cable TV partner of the awards.
The 2021 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau) programme is also supported by official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official PR partner MMG Group; official charity partner Right To Play; official ESG partner Baan Dek Foundation; supporting associations Asia MarTech Society, Design Epoch, and Global Design Awards Lab; and official supervisor HLB.
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