By sponsoring the Woman of the Year in HVACR Award, Daikin is recognising and celebrating the outstanding contribution made by employees.
Once again Daikin is sponsoring this category in a bid to attract more women to the HVACR industry, according to the company's marketing manager, Dan Tosh.
"The employment of more women into HVACR should be more than fulfilling a quota. We need to encourage more positive role models as well as create a supportive and inclusive working environment," Tosh said.
"A company can only grow stronger by having a diverse range of employees working within an organisation, and by sponsoring the Women of the Year in HVACR Award, we hope to encourage more women to want to grow their careers successfully within the industry."
It certainly takes drive and determination to be a Woman of the Year in HVACR Award winner and since this category was introduced it has recognised a number of high achievers including former AIRAH president, Ania Hampton and Airmaster commercial manager, Kelli McDonald.
To nominate for CCN HVACR Leadership Awards go to www.climatecontrolnews.com.au/awards