Natascha Wernick (left) and Toni Zuschke, in Murwillumbah.
Natascha Wernick (left) and Toni Zuschke, in Murwillumbah. John Gass

Get your nominations in for the business awards

NOMINATION categories have been announced for the Business Excellence Awards Tweed Shire.

The Murwillumbah and District Business Chamber has listed 15 categories, ranging from customer service to best business in the Tweed.

All nominations will be taken online from July 15 through the Murwillumbah Chamber website: murwillumbahchamber.com.au

The People's choice award, sponsored by My Daily News, will open to those business who have already nominated for another category and voting will be by either email : natascha@murwillumbahchamber.com.au, SMS 0412 980 063, facebook.com/businessexcellencetweed or by nominations online to My Daily News or the Saturday edition of the Daily News.

Prizes will include $2,000 worth of TV spots by Southern Cross Ten Lismore and Gold Coast, a free unit of study in a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) at Southern Cross University valued at $2,500 and a filming package with Put Some Colour in your Life valued at $4,800.

The nomination categories are listed below:

  1.  Customer Service
  2. Community & Social Service (Not For Profits only)
  3. Cafe & restaurant
  4. Pubs and clubs
  5. Retail Operation
  6. Professional Service
  7. Tourism and accommodation
  8. Events
  9. Trade, Construction & Primary Industries
  10. Health, Well being & Fitness
  11. Hair and Beauty
  12. Creative Industries
  13. Environmentally Sustainable Business
  14. People's Choice Business of the Year
  15. Best Business in the Tweed Award


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