Wanneroo Business Association announces finalists for City of Wanneroo Business Awards


Tom Young (U-Drew), Lauren McGee (Wanneroo Business Association), Joshua Letcher (Windturbine) and Kylie Cook and Aaron Baker from King Bins Waste Management. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475689
Tom Young (U-Drew), Lauren McGee (Wanneroo Business Association), Joshua Letcher (Windturbine) and Kylie Cook and Aaron Baker from King Bins Waste Management. Picture: Martin Kennealey d475689

WANNEROO Business Association recently announced finalists for this year’s City of Wanneroo Business Awards.

An independent panel of judges shortlisted finalists for 11 categories ahead of the November 17 awards dinner.

Among this year’s finalists are King Bins Waste Management, U-Drew and Windturbine who are competing to be named start-up of the year as well as other awards.

The finalists for best business with 15 or more employees are Atlantis Group, Swan Group WA and The Marina Mindarie.

For best business with five to 15 employees, the finalists are Bizwize Business Solutions, Cosmedica Skin Specialists and Westcoast Blinds and Interiors.

In the best business category for small and home-based companies with less than five employees, the finalists are District32, Mini Care Mates and TLB Admin Support.

The innovator of the year finalists are U-Drew, Webble Guys and Windturbine, and those in the tourism and hospitality category are The Marina Mindarie, Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and West Coast Heli Scene.

Finalists for the customer service excellence award are Global Company Service trading as Appliance Parts Solutions, Mini Care Mates and Wanneroo Botanic Gardens.

In the online and digital excellence category, sponsored by Wanneroo Times, finalists are King Bins Waste Management, Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and Westcoast Blinds and Interiors.

The trades excellence award finalists are Authentic Additions, CK Maloney Surveying and Global Company Service.

Companies shortlisted for the environmental sustainability excellence award include King Bins Waste Management, Little Gumnuts Nature Programs and Windturbine.

Bizwize Business Solutions’ Sarah Amer, Richard Manchester from BooBoo’s Doggy Day Care and King Bins Waste Management’s Kylie Cooke are finalists for the employee of the year title.

The business of the year and mayor’s visionary award will be announced during the dinner at True North, 869 Connolly Drive, Merriwa.

Book tickets at www.wanneroobusiness.com.

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