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Each of the trio has several catego- ries. The full list of categories will be unveiled soon. As Macau Business executive


director Luis Pereira explains, “gaming had to have a space of its own” owing to its signi cance to the economy. To engage the public, a special


prize, the Reader’s Award, has been specially devised. Macau Business has collected sug-


gestions from a number of economists and scholars in developing the awards. “We have spent signi cant resources over time in this project to ensure that we will produce a high-pro le, high- level event,” Mr Pereira says. As for support, Mr Pereira feels the


Macau business community has been encouraged to “gradually but steadily” back other corporate social responsibili- ty and community-oriented projects. “It has been an uphill battle but we have been successful in previous initiatives. Macau has now reached enough criti- cal mass to support this kind of event.” In the inaugural year, nominations


for the Macau Business Awards will be put forward by an organising commit- tee. Each judge will be asked to choose a maximum of three nominees. A pre- voting round will select a group of  ve  nalists in each category. The voting process is safe and


secure, as well as independent, so that no judge will know how their peers are


voting. The  nal results will be known only at the awards ceremony. Event developers are in the proc-


ess of formalising the panel of judges and putting the  nishing touches to the rules and regulations for the awards. Macau Business is the  agship


title of publishing house De Ficção Multimedia Projects. The company is responsible for other publications such as Business Intelligence in traditional Chinese, and Essential Macau, a bi- monthly, bilingual premium lifestyle magazine in simpli ed Chinese and English. More information on the Macau


Business Awards is available by email- ing awards@macaubusiness.com.


JULY 2011


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