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30 July 2021 Posted by 

2021 AUSTRALIAN SMALL BUSINESS CHAMPION AWARDS

Their contribution to community is vital
FORGET the Oscars. Businesses announced as finalists in the 2021 Australian Small Business Champion Awards are headed for Australia’s small business night of nights on Saturday October 30 at The Star, Sydney – the 23rd annual Australian Small Business Champions Awards.
This is the largest awards program for small business in Australia with 49 industry categories.
 
Steve Loe of Precedent Productions established the awards in 1999 to publicly celebrate the achievements of small businesspeople.
 
“There are many small business owners who will never be millionaires, but whose contribution to their communities is invaluable,” he said.
 
“Creating the Australian Small Business Awards seemed like an ideal way to honour the contribution that small businesspeople make to our community”.
 
“Since we launched the program in 1999 the Australian Small Business Champion Awards have grown to become the largest and most prestigious recognition of our small business community in the country.”
 
Mr Loe said the awards had become known as the ‘Oscars’ of Australia’s small business sector.
 
“It’s the only national program of its kind to recognise achievements and honour great performances in small business,” he said.
 
About 30 judges evaluate the entries and look at all aspects of a winning business including: strategies, customer service, vision, support of the local community and growth.
 
There are also three categories for individual businesspeople: Small Business Champion Entrepreneur, Young Small Business Champion Entrepreneur and this year we have introduced the Junior Small Business Entrepreneur.
 
Award winners will be announced at the presentation dinner to be held on Saturday, October 30 at The Star, Sydney.
 
“We congratulate these businesses and commend them on representing their local area in this national awards program,” Mr Loe said.
 
“We also thank the Awards sponsors Nine Plus, University of South Australia – Australian Centre for Business Growth, NOVA Employment, Big Clean and Castaway Forecasting whose support for the program enable us to continue to celebrate the achievements of our country’s small businesspeople.
 
For further information about the Australian Small Business Champion Awards visit www.businesschampions.com.au
 
  


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