With the announcement of the annual business awards, we shine a spotlight on Capital Far South Coast’s best and brightest businesses.
The calibre of our local businesses and business people never fails to impress me. Nowhere is this more evident than in the list of finalists and winners for the 2017 Capital Far South Coast Regional Business Awards.
The Far South Coast Regional Business Awards recognise excellence in business, leadership, entrepreneurship, sustainability, innovation, business growth and employment practices across the Capital Far South Coast Region.
This year’s winners represent a fantastic cross section of businesses from across the region, ranging from Six8 Coffee Roasters in Yass to SkyDive Oz in Moruya.
All of these businesses will now go on represent the region at the NSW Business Chamber’s State Business Awards, to be held in Sydney in November, and I am optimistic that we will see one of them bring home a state award.
I know you’ll join with me in congratulating all of our winners.
Winner - Isabel Darling, Torchlight Media, Batemans Bay
Winner - Adam Bantock, Clementine Restaurant, Yass
Excellence in Small Business
Winner - Yass Valley Tyre Service, Yass
Excellence in Business
Winner - Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community and Medical Services, Narooma
Excellence in Social Enterprise
State Finalist - Six8 Coffee Roasters, Yass
Start Up Superstar
State Finalist - South Tribe, Batemans Bay
Excellence in Innovation
Winner - Moruya Waterfront Hotel Motel, Moruya
Excellence in Sustainability
State Finalist - Southlands Fruit and Vegetables, Moruya
Employer of Choice
Winner - Allens Training, Goulburn
Excellence in Export
State Finalist - Skydive Oz, Moruya
Local Chamber of Commerce
Winner - Cooma Chamber of Commerce
I’d also invite you to attend on of up upcoming Workplace Updates. These are a great resource for employers and professionals responsible for HR matters in the workplace, as they cover practical knowledge to assist in complying with Australian workplace legislation. There are events in Cooma
on 26 October, and Bateman’s Bay
on 27 October.
Regional Manager | Capital Far South Coast