BUSINESS | Search for small-businesses’ biggest champions

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Now’s the time for small businesses to be recognised for the contribution they make to the economy and the community.

One way to do this is by entering the Small-Business ChampionsAwards which have running for two decades. Business owners are encouraged to enter the awards to promote what they and their business do best.

The 20th Australian Small-Business Champions Awards is under way, with entries set to close on February 21.

Small businesses are Australia’s largest employer and a vital part of the national economy. The Bureau of Statistics says they employ 44 per cent of the national workforce.

The people who own these businesses have a bond with their communities that often sees them put in long hours and go to extraordinary lengths to provide outstanding goods and services for customers.

These awards recognise the efforts of the nation’s most outstanding small businesses.

Precedent Productions founded the awards in 1999 to highlight the country’s most outstanding small businesses and to recognise the hard work business owners contribute to the community in generating employment for millions of people, as well as their contribution to the Australian economy.

Awards founder and Precedent Productions managing director Steve Loe said the awards had become a prestigious annual event in the national small-business community.

“They also help customers and clients to make better purchase decisions, as the awards logo is an easily-identifiable symbol of a high-quality business,” he said.

“Of course, as always, these awards would not be possible without the support of major sponsors Nova Employment and Castaway Forecasting and support sponsors Black Star Pastry and Taurus Marketing.”

To enter the awards complete the online entry form and submit it by February 21.

  • More: Precedent Productions, 8677 5060.

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