From world-class product developers to digital innovators, accounting firms to manufacturers, the 2017 Lake Macquarie Business Excellence Awards Finalists showcase the diversity of businesses thriving within the Lake Macquarie region.
Almost 40 businesses from various parts of Lake Macquarie will vie for awards across 15 categories as part of this year’s celebration of business excellence and success.
Chairman of the Business Growth Centre Board of Directors,Gavin Hanrahan was extremely pleased with the variety and quality of entries received across all categories.
“The 2017 finalists are a true reflection of the diversity and quality of businesses within our city. In its sixth year, the awards continue to demonstrate the strength of Lake Macquarie’s business sector,” Gavin said.
“To be selected as an awards finalist is a valuable recognition of a business’ accomplishments, so all finalists should be extremely proud of this achievement.”
The Lake Macquarie Business Excellence Awards are an initiative of the Business Growth Centre. The aim of the awards is to recognise businesses operating within the city of Lake Macquarie who provide exemplary products, services and more.
Entrants who demonstrated a high level of excellence in their application were selected across 12 categories, focusing on areas such as branding and marketing, business practices, digital technology, workplace culture,customer service, innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability.
Finalists for the awards have been announced on the Lake Macquarie City Business Excellence Awards website.
Winners of the 2017 Lake Macquarie Business Excellence Awards, sponsored by Dantia, will be announced at theAwards Gala Dinner at Belmont 16s on Saturday 22 July.
The awards encourage businesses across diverse industries to strive for excellence in what they do.
IMAGE |Amber Moncrieff, Director of Hunter Plastic Surgery, 2016 Lake Macquarie Business Person of the Year and 2017 Finalist, addressing this year’s Finalists at an event held last week.
Established in 1998, the Business Growth Centre is a not for profit Business Enterprise Centre, Business Incubator and Registered Training Organisation.
The Business Growth Centre's purpose is to support and grow small and micro businesses in the Lake Macquarie Local Government Area. The Business Growth Centre is committed to providing quality advice, services and support to ensure ongoing growth of local businesses.