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22 October 2018 Posted by 


Full list of 2018 WINNERS
NSW Business Chamber Central Coast regional manager Daniel Farmer reckons this year’s program was the strongest in the history of the awards.

“I don’t say this for hype, it is simply true,” Mr Farmer said.
"You only have to look back at how the program kicked off with the Gosford, Erina and Coastal Chamber, and Wyong Regional Chamber awards.
“These two events saw some amazing talent come through to take out the category wins, and this has cemented a strong line up for the regional culmination.
“As we were closing out the judging for this year’s regional program, it was evident that this year would be the closest it has ever been.
“This was a very strong year and all finalists should be proud of their achievements.”

The winners
  • Outstanding Young Employee:  Amanda Woodbine - Australian Reptile Park.
  • Outstanding Business Leader: Tim Faulkner – Australian Reptile Park.
  • Excellence in Business ( 20+):  The Australian Reptile Park.
  • Outstanding Employer of Choice: Milestone-Belanova.
  • Excellence in Small Business ( 20-): CostSmart. 
  • Excellence in Innovation: Gosford Private Hospital.
  • Start Up Superstar: The Opportunity Collective.
  • Outstanding Young Entrepreneur: LEP Digital – Laura Prael.
  • Excellence in Sustainability: Bounce Rubber - Mark Moffett.
  • Excellence in Social Enterprise: Darkinjung Local Aboriginal Land Council.
  • Excellence in Local Chamber of Commerce Award: Wyong Regional Chamber of Commerce.
  • 2018 Business of the Year: The Australian Reptile Park.
Sponsors for 2018: Central Coast Mariners, Pinnacle Group, Central Coast Council,  University of Newcastle, Dept of Premier and Cabinet, Draytons Wines, Rawson Print, Helloworld Erina Group, Southern Cross Austero – 2GO and SEA FM and mnedia oartrner, Central Coast Business Access.



Michael Walls
P: 0407 783 413
E: Michael@accessnews.com.au

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