The premier real estate awards programme in the region welcomes the support of the country’s leading producer and distributor of high-quality drinking water
Since the launch of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Mainland China), the programme has turned the spotlight on the local real estate industry’s various achievements, particularly with the united drive to improve the quality of life of its citizens and to advance the country’s built environment.
The past couple of years, as the country was ravaged by the economic impact of the global outbreak, we have witnessed the drive and determination of the real estate leaders to push forward with their mission, keeping up with the new demands in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.
Sharing our passion to recognise the brilliant minds behind the leading developments and designs is our official Gold Sponsor for the 2021 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Mainland China), Nectaris, the top producer and distributor of high-quality drinking water in the country.
“Through this partnership, we aim to expand our connections and work with China’s top developers. 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,” boasts Dinmukhammed Zhiyenalin, chief executive officer of NECTARIS.
The company utilises a unique water treatment and water supply system to provide clients high-quality drinking water with an excellent taste and scientifically proven mineral composition for several uses, from daily intake to cooking to personal hygiene necessities.
With their support and technology, we hope to propel the green agenda in Mainland China and encourage the development of sustainable buildings.
NECTARIS is a member of the international professional associations for water supply (iwa.org) and water quality (wqa.org). Its parent group has decades-worth of experience and has uphold a positive reputation in the utility industry since its establishment 1998.
Founded in 2005, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards has an unparalleled reputation for being credible, fair, and transparent, with an independent panel of judges and trusted awards supervisor. The programme hosts several annual gala dinners in physical and virtual formats, welcoming hundreds of C-level executives, senior industry figures, and property seekers from around the region.
Widely recognised as a professionally-run international awards series, the 16-year-old programme continues to set the gold standard for achievement and success in the Asia Pacific real estate sector.
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