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30 April 2021 Posted by 


Entries now open for national program
ENTRIES for the 2021 Australian Small Business Champion Awards are now open.
The awards recognise small business leaders in wide variety of industry categories. Small business people dedicate their lives in serving their communities and deserve recognition. These awards are the only dedicated national program recognising small business.
All small businesses in Australia’s retail, services and manufacturing industries are eligible to enter the Awards - there are 49 categories in total.
Everybody loves a winner, and the Awards will put outstanding businesses on the map, making customers, suppliers and communities stand up and take notice.  
Steve Loe, founder of the awards and Managing Director of Precedent Productions said: “Now in its 23rd year, the national awards program has established a reputation for excellence and has become known as the Oscars of the small business community in Australia. It provides an opportunity for small businesses to celebrate and receive national recognition for their achievements.”
Entries for the 2021 Australian Small Business Champion Awards are now being accepted and close on Friday, May 21, 2021.  Enter via www.businesschampions.com.au
The Australian Small Business Champion Awards are proudly supported by Major Partners NOVA Employment, University of South Australia – Australian Centre for Business Growth, Castaway Forecasting and Big Clean. 
Businesses throughout Australia will be competing on a national level to be named Australian Small Business Champion in their category at the national awards ceremony in July at The Star Sydney. 


Michael Walls
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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.