All nominations and voting for the awards were driven by consumers. From 1st August to 1st of November, a targeted advertising campaign invited over 750,000 consumers in Mauritius and 1.5 million worldwide including Mauritian diaspora in other countries, tourists and entrepreneurs to vote.  Over 500,000 responses in over 22 categories were received, including 11 national and international firms in the ‘Best Legal Firm’ category.

Malcolm Moller, Managing Partner of Appleby’s Mauritius office said “We are delighted to have been nominated for this award which is a direct reflection of our team’s commitment and dedication to helping clients meet their business objectives.”

Public voting remains open until 10th January 2022 and can be accessed here.  The winners will be announced at the 2nd Annual Mauritius Business Awards dinner on 24th January 2022.

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