There are just a few days left to enter the 2023 Moreton Bay Business Excellence and Innovation Awards.
Entries for this year’s awards, which celebrate the achievements of businesses and individuals, close on Tuesday, March 21 at 11.59pm AEST.
A gala awards night to announce the winners will be held on July 7 at St Columban’s College, with expanded capacity to accommodate more guests.
The Moreton Bay Business and Innovation Awards are presented by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism (MBRIT) in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council.
MBRIT Founder and CEO Shane Newcombe is encouraging businesses of all sizes to enter.
He says the online nomination form guides entrants through the process, with helpful prompts about information to consider including in an entry.
The 2023 awards program organisers have compiled key resources to support nominees in strengthening their submissions.
“It’s not too late to enter. We have already received quality nominations from a number of businesses and are hoping for a flurry of entries in the final few days,” Mr Newcombe says.
There are 15 categories, plus the Business of the Year Award, in the 2023 Moreton Bay Business & Innovation Awards:
• Food and Agribusiness Excellence
• Advanced Manufacturing Excellence
• Tourism Business Excellence
• Customer Service Excellence
• Exporting Excellence
• Environment & Sustainability Excellence
• Not-For-Profit Excellence
• Innovation Excellence
• Accessibility & Inclusiveness Excellence
• Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence
• Marketing Excellence
• Youth Innovation Excellence
• Businesswoman of the Year
• Employee of the Year
• Entrepreneur of the Year
For more information and to enter, head to the website
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