SYDNEY BUSINESSES VYING FOR TOP GONG

Written on the 16 November 2015

SYDNEY BUSINESSES VYING FOR TOP GONG

LEADING Sydney businesses from Glebe, Newtown, Walsh Bay and the city centre will compete with businesses from across the state for the top gong at the 2015 NSW Business Chamber's Business Awards.

A harbourside function venue, medical centre and a co-working space are among the 11 City of Sydney-based businesses competing for honours at the awards on 27 November.

"These annual awards recognise success in business leadership, ethics, innovation, sustainability, employment and export," Lord Mayor Clover Moore says.

"It's good to see Sydney businesses ranking among the finest in the state, and I wish them all the best on awards night."

The businesses were shortlisted from across the local government area, having competed in the new Sydney City regional awards program in July, and judged and run by the NSW Business Chamber and sponsored by the City.

Finalists in the Sydney business event include The Shepherd Centre, D&M Research, Australian Institute of Professional Education, Glebe Family Medical Practice and SMC Conference and Function Centre.

Judges for the Sydney City Business Awards and the NSW Business Chamber State Business Awards are selected from subject matter experts or practitioners in the area relating to the award category, academics in the field, award category sponsors and NSW Business Chamber representatives.


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