A Maze ‘N Things wins title
A MAZE ‘N Things was crowned Bass Coast Business of the Year following a presentation dinner on Friday night (August 21).
The business also took home the Business Excellence 6+ Employees award.
Bass Coast Shire Council mayor Cr Kimberley Brown said judges were impressed with A Maze ‘N Things’ comprehensive marketing strategy plan, commitment to professional development for staff, extensive product research and development, and commitment to continuous improvement within the business.
Sargeants Conveyancing Bass Coast was named the 2015 Bass Coast People’s Choice Business of the Year and also won the People’s Choice Award for Professional Services for the fifth year running.
“I’d like to congratulate A Maze ‘N Things and Sargeants Conveyancing Bass Coast, as well as all of the award winners and finalists,” Cr Brown said.
“It’s fantastic to see interest growing in the awards each year, with a significant 30 per cent increase in entries compared to previous years.”
My 24/7 Gym, San Remo, won the Business Excellence 0-5 Employees award. Sargeants Conveyancing Bass Coast was runner-up.
The runner-up for the Business Excellence 6+ Employees award was Maru Koala and Animal Park, Grantville.
The Marketing and Promotion award was received by 2014 overall winners Wildlife Coast Cruises, Cowes. Connell’s Bakery, Wonthaggi, was runner-up.
The New Business award was presented to the Shearing Shed, Phillip Island, and Mark Farmer Financial Solutions, Wonthaggi, was runner-up.
San Remo Licensed Supermarket received the Environment and Sustainability award, and Inverloch Supermarket was runner-up.
The Good Access and Good Business award was given to Maru Koala and Animal Park, Grantville. Philllip Island Tenpin Bowling and Entertainment Centre came second.
People’s Choice award were presented to Aromatherapy in Action, Cowes (Health and Lifestyle award), Anchor Belle Holiday Park, Cowes (Hospitality award), Sargents Conveyancing Bass Coast (Professional Services award), Connell’s Bakery, Wonthaggi (Retail Business award), Rhyll Trout and Bush Tucker Farm (Tourism/Attraction award) and Chase Computers Bass Coast (Trades/Services award).
The presentation dinner was held at RACV Inverloch Resort and was attended by 127 representatives from a wide range of Bass Coast businesses.
Council was represented by Cr Brown, deputy mayor Cr Jordan Crugnale and Cr Bradley Drew. Bass MLA Brian Paynter also attended.
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