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In 2022, we bring together the community to recognise and celebrate Redlands Coast Business Champions.
Redlands Coast Business Excellence Awards Chair and Chamber President
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If you are a Member of the Redlands Coast Chamber of Commerce, you are invited to nominate your business for the Business of the Month Awards.
The objective of the Redlands Business Excellence Awards is to Champion Redlands Coast Businesses who display excellence in business in alignment with the Awards Framework and that delivers results and continual improvements that support the desired outcomes for the Redlands Coast Economy.
The awards framework supports the 7 key desired outcomes for the Redlands Coast Economy:
The objectives of the Redlands Business Excellence Awards are to:
Recognise business excellence in line with the Redlands Coast Chamber of Commerce strategic vision and plan
Celebrate the growth, improvement and innovation of local business and industry
Promote excellence in business leadership, strategy and relationships to deliver results
Support and celebrate a culture of community spirit and connection
The framework puts the spotlight on seven key factors that promote excellence in business:
Is your business one of excellence on the Redlands Coast? Is it a leader in its industry and a champion of Leadership & Culture, Relationships & People, Strategy & Planning, Results & Sustainable Performance or Innovation? Enter your business today and be awarded as one of this year’s Redlands Champions of excellence.
Includes all businesses in the service of animal related activities, services or products, including; animal care, veterinary services, dog washing/grooming, animal products etc.
This category is automatic, all finalists for every award category will eligible. The winner will be chosen by the judging panel who will select the business who is the Redlands Coast Champion of absolute business excellence.
Includes all businesses working within the creative industries sector; Eg: design, music, art, film, craft, TV, radio, advertising, performing arts, etc.
Includes all businesses working within the education and training sector or as education and training providers.
Includes all businesses working to provide professional advice or assistance with lending, finance, investment, money or asset management, etc.
Includes all businesses within the fitness and recreational sectors. Eg: health clubs, fitness centres, gyms and other fitness-based activities, etc.
Includes all food and beverage hospitality services with up to 20 employees (whether full time, part time or casual).
Includes all food and beverage hospitality services with more than 20 employees (whether full time, part time or casual).
Includes all businesses working supplying services of products within the hair service industry. Eg: hairdresser, hairstylists, barbers, etc. or those working within aesthetics and beauty. Eg: day spas, beauty therapist, injectables, beauty product sales, etc
Includes all businesses within the medical or health sector. Eg: medical practitioners, dentistry, nurses, allied health, health professionals, social workers, aged care and disability carers, government and non-government agencies, etc.
Includes a business that has excelled in innovation (by introducing new ideas, workflows, methodologies, services, products, improvement of existing products, services, processes solving a problem/reaching new customers) or a business that demonstrates excellence in clean business practices and sustainable resource use including energy, waste and recycling. Nominations can be either a single initiative or overall company strategy.
Includes all businesses within the manufacturing and processing of raw materials, or parts, into finished goods as well as the construction or building of structures, whether residentially or commercially.
Includes all businesses that trade to intentionally improve social problems and improve communities or any business trading as a not-for-profit or registered charity group, that have achieved results through initiatives that have significant public benefit.
This award is voted by the public – businesses that nominate into this category, will be provided with a voting link and are encouraged to get customers to vote for them through this link.
This category is automatic – all finalists from the Redlands Coast Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month Awards throughout the year will be automatically eligible, the winner will be chosen by the judging panel. This is a Chamber Members only award.
Includes all businesses offering services that require professional training, a degree, licences or special skills.
Includes all businesses that offer services within or for the home. Eg: Home maintenance, lawns, pool care, concrete, cleaning, roofing, moving, storage, dog washing, animal care etc.
The Redlands Champion Award recognises a business's commitment to positive community spirit and culture. Redlands Champions show us that when business, industry and community work together, incredible outcomes for the Redlands Coast can be achieved.
This is a discretionary chamber executive committee award.
Includes all businesses offering activities that are provided for leisure, holiday or places of interest on Redlands Coast.
Includes any type of retailer selling clothing, apparel and/or fashion accessories as well as all retailers, shops or stores that carry an assortment of brands, styles, products or models within a narrow category of goods. Eg: candles, jewellery, homewares etc.
Includes all businesses that provide the services or skills of a qualified tradesperson, a skilled manual worker in a particular trade or craft. Eg: electric, plumbing, painting, plastering, flooring, etc.
A successful woman, driving a woman-led business – who displays excellence in business and who shows measurable contribution to the success of other women in business, and their journey.
A student or young adult (up to 25 years of age) who has had significant success benefiting their company and the Redlands Coast in business, either as a start-up, an employee or a leader.
Luke Kinman holds creative industries, major festivals and events and destination management, Luke leads the development of tourism strategies and destination marketing campaigns, delivery of the Council’s major festivals and events program as Service Manager - Tourism and Events and oversees the operations of the Redlands Coast Visitor Information Centre.
Anca Butcher is the General Counsel as well as the company secretary for the Redland Investment Corporation on the Redlands Coast
Do you know an exemplary business on the Redlands Coast? One that displays excellence in business, leadership, customer service or community. Nominate them today to go in the running to be one of this year’s Redlands Champions of excellence.
Become a CHAMPION on the Redlands Coast. Help us build a strong, positive community spirit that respects our past and embraces a bright future for the Redlands Coast.
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