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23 July 2017 Posted by 

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Wyong Chamber’s big night out
THE great diversity and professionalism of business in the Wyong area was on display at the recent Wyong Regional Chamber of Commerce 2017 Annual Business Awards.
The winners of the 2017 Awards were announced at the gala celebration attended by guests at Wyong Race Club. 
 
The winners were selected from a quality field of finalists and received awards for a range of individual and business excellence awards for key aspects of business. 
 
Guests were treated to a sit down dinner and as they heard the winners’ names announced by the Chamber’s sponsors.
 
In congratulating each of the finalists and winners, Wyong Regional Chamber of Commerce President Ron Stevens said:
“Once again it is fantastic to see firsthand the high calibre, innovative and progressive business community we have here in the region.”
 
“It is inspiring and rewarding to hear the stories of each of the finalists and award winners, for them it is a very significant achievement to be there and receive the accolades they deserve.”
 
Mr Stevens also said the quality of entrants this year was second to none. “The quality and diversity of the entries across each of the awards was exceptional which made the judges’ job so much harder.”
 
“It is fantastic to see so many passionate and motivated professionals locally who are building a solid future for the Central Coast.”
 
“The highest scoring business across all categories receiving Business of the Year was Nurses Now. 
 
Mr Stevens also thanked the awards event partners Delta Electricity, Central Coast Council and Tuggerah Business Hub – Australia Post.” 
 
Full list of 2017 winners:
  • Young Entrepreneur (ages 18-35) Sponsored by Nexus Smart Hub: Michael Sandy’s Oddball Marketing. 
  • Business Leader (aged 36+) Sponsored by Pullman Magenta Shores Resort: Laurinda Pericleous Nurses Now. 
  • Excellence in Small Business (employing less than 20 employees) Sponsored by Mercure Kooindah Waters: Central Coast Winner Joanne Brearley Jigsaw Autism Services. 
  • Start Up Superstar Sponsored by Central Coast Council: Jade Watson Case Fabrication and Engineering. 
  • Excellence in Innovation Sponsored by Wyong Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank: Michael Sandy’s Oddball Marketing.
  • Young Business Executive (aged 18-35) Sponsored by Delta Electricity: Danii Garrett Events Cinemas Tuggerah. 
  • Excellence in Social Enterprise Sponsored by Aubrey Brown Lawyers :Brad Cardis Fixx Events and Marketing Pty Ltd.
  • Excellence in Business (employing 20 or more employees) Sponsored by Central Coast Radio - 2GO Nurses Now Pty Ltd: Laurinda Pericleous 
  • Excellence in Small Business (employing less than 20 employees) Sponsored by Mercure Kooindah Waters: Central Coast Winner Joanne Brearley Jigsaw Autism Services. 
  • Employer of Choice Sponsored by PMZ Marketing: Laurinda Pericleous Nurses Now.
  • Wyong Regional Chamber of Commerce also recognises either a business or individual who has made a significant contribution to the Wyong Regional Community in memory of Kevin Faulks: This year’s awardees were Katy Gregory Pawlak and Karen McLean.


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