ENTRIES are open for Wanneroo Business Association’s 15th annual awards.
The 2018 City of Wanneroo Business Awards categories recognise trades services, start ups, home-based businesses, customer service, tourism and hospitality.
Diane Hedges, of Authentic Additions, said entering the awards last year was the biggest business lessons of her career to date.
“It re-iterated the things we do day in, day out, without even thinking about it, and just simply assuming everyone knows about it,” she said.
“It has compounded our goals and values as a family, a partnership, and a business.”
Business liaison officer Lauren Bell encouraged any business based within the City of Wanneroo to enter the awards, a free process that could provide “priceless” exposure to finalists.
Sponsors for the November 16 awards at True North Church in Merriwa include the City of Wanneroo, Ertech Holdings, Landcorp, Creative Catering, ECU School of Business and Law, Wanneroo Times, The Marina Mindarie and Burning Fruit.
Entries are open until October 29 – visit awards.wanneroobusiness.com to enter.
Local legends share their success stories
LOCAL business legends talked about their experiences at a Wanneroo Business Association breakfast in Madeley this morning.
The event at Kingsway Olympic Sports Club included guest speakers Rory Hindle from Atlantis Group, Berlinda Conti from Paul Conti Wines, Harry Trandos from Trandos Hydroponic Growers and Corrinna Politis from Politis Group.
Business liaison officer Lauren Bell said the event aimed to “capture the stories, challenges and advice of some of our iconic, local businesses who collectively have over a century worth of experience in business”.
Upcoming events will include a networking night at True North on September 26, business awards information session at Clarkson Library on September 28, curry club at Chilli Farms Indian Restaurant on October 3 and a marketing workshop at Enterprise House in Wanneroo on October 3.
Visit wanneroobusiness.com for more information.