Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards announces finalists for 28th annual awards

Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards announces finalists for 28th annual awards

The Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards has recently announced the finalists for the 28th Annual Awards.

This year’s awards have once again attracted an impressive pool of entries from businesses across the Hunter region.

These awards recognise the outstanding achievements of businesses in the Hunter region and celebrate the contributions they make to the local economy.

Digital Business Advisor, Troy White says that The Business Club has built a reputation as the Hunter’s premier business excellence awards.

“Due to the fact they’re professionally judged, and not a popularity contest, they are a sought-after, trusted source of information for consumers with previous winners and finalists experiencing a significant increase in business afterwards,” Troy said.

The finalists for this year’s awards were chosen from a record number of entries.  Troy explains that the judging panel had the difficult task of selecting the finalists based on their commitment to excellence, innovation, and community engagement.

General Manager of The Business Club, Kerry Hallett said the finalists represent a diverse range of industries and sectors, including manufacturing, hospitality, retail, and professional services.

“We are thrilled to announce the finalists for the 28th Annual Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards,” Kerry said.

“The quality of the entries this year was exceptional, and it is a testament to the strength and resilience of the business community in the Hunter region.”

The winners of the Hunter Region Business Excellence Awards will be announced at a gala dinner on Friday 19 May, at Cessnock Leagues Club.

 

IMAGE | Shane Hamilton – Business Leader of the year

Hunter Region Business Hub

The Hunter Region Business Hub, located in Kurri Kurri, New South Wales is one of over 30 community-based Business Enterprise Centres (BEC) operating Australia wide. The Hub supports new and existing micro, small and medium businesses with practical assistance including digital, business planning, marketing, budgeting and cash flow.

Created as a result of an initiative from local businesses in conjunction with Cessnock and Maitland City Council to drive economic development. The Hub services Maitland, Cessnock, Dungog, Singleton, Muswellbrook and Upper Hunter Local Government Areas.

All support is independent, confidential and affordable. The Hub can assist with the establishment of new small business enterprises, as well as existing small to medium enterprises who are experiencing issues, want to grow, or just want to be better. Businesses can also take advantage of our business workshops and information seminars.

The Hub houses 32 units in office, commercial and light industrial premises, offering economical, easy-leasing arrangements.

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