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Winners of 2021 Business Awards held at Silverwater Resort in San Remo announced by Bass Coast Shire Council

Local businesses were in the spotlight on Friday (18 February) night, as Bass Coast Shire Council announced the winners of the 2021 Business Awards at an event held at Silverwater Resort in San Remo.

By news@gippsland - 18th February 2022 - Back to News

This year saw 55 local businesses enter the judged awards and around 100 local businesses receive over 1,650 votes in the People's Choice Awards. Bass Coast Shire Mayor, Cr Michael Whelan said it was great to see the Business Awards back after being cancelled in 2020.

Local businesses were in the spotlight on Friday (18 February) night, as Bass Coast Shire Council announced the winners of the 2021 Business Awards at an event held at Silverwater Resort in San Remo

Local businesses were in the spotlight on Friday (18 February) night, as Bass Coast Shire Council announced the winners of the 2021 Business Awards at an event held at Silverwater Resort in San Remo

Recognition for business community

Cr Whelan said, "Our local businesses have all been hit hard by the pandemic, in one way or another, which made this year's Awards more important than ever in recognising the excellence, innovation and resilience of the local business community. It was a fantastic night, with over 110 people attending from 24 different Bass Coast businesses."

"It's a great achievement for businesses to be selected as finalists in the awards and a real testament to the quality of their products, service and overall operation. I'd like to congratulate everyone who was involved in the Business Awards this year, including all of the award winners and finalists and everyone who entered or nominated a business." Cr Whelan said.

Appreciating the sponsors

Cr Whelan also would like thank the award sponsors:

  • Bendigo Bank
  • Destination Phillip Island
  • GBS Recruitment
  • NBN Local - Gippsland
  • Silverwater Resort
  • The Sentinel Times
  • Westernport Water

As well as Council's Economic Development Team who worked tirelessly to make this year'' event another huge success. For more information on this year's Business Awards finalists, visit Bass Coast business awards page.

Award winners

2021 Business Award winners - Business Innovation Award

  • Winner: National Vietnam Veterans Museum
  • Runner up: Hair by Sarah Azzato

Employment, Diversity and Inclusion Award

  • Winner: Sunscape Solar
  • Runner up: Wonthaggi Allied Health

Environment and Sustainability Award

  • Winner: Harman Wines
  • Runner up: French Island Cottage

Leadership Award

  • Winner: The Cape Kitchen
  • Runners up: Bass Strait Direct and Harman Wines

Marketing and Communications Award

  • Winner: Phillip Island Helicopters
  • Runner up: The Invy Baker

Resilience Award

Winner: Harman Wines
Runner up: The Cape Kitchen

2021 People's Choice Award winners - Accommodation and Tourism Attraction

  • Winner: Wildlife Coast Cruises
  • Runner up: Phillip Island Helicopters

Food and Beverage Award

  • Winner: Harman Wines
  • Runner up: Cheeky Goose Cafe

Hair and Beauty Award

  • Winner: Hair by Sarah Azzato
  • Runner up: Shima Salon

Health, Wellbeing and Lifestyle Award

  • Winner: Balance Health Phillip Island
  • Runners up: Lioness Fit and Wonthaggi Allied Health

Online, Mobile and Home-based Business Award

  • Winner: Local Clothing
  • Runners up: Gippy Organics and The Invy Baker

Retail and Services Award

  • Winner: Bass Coast Boat and Caravan Storage
  • Runner up: Bass Strait Direct

Trades and Services Award

  • Winner: Inverloch Gutter and Solar Panel Cleaning
  • Runner up: Van Steensel Timber - Grantville

Pictures from Silverwater Resort Facebook page.


Source: www.gippsland.com

Published by: news@gippsland.com



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