The Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry held its annual Small Business Awards on Friday 2 June 2017. Phoenix Insurance Brokers’ Broome office is proud to be an official sponsor of this very worthwhile event that celebrates small businesses making an impact in the Broome region.
A gala evening hosted by GWN7's Noel Brunning was held at Cable Beach Club Resort, where eleven small businesses across nine categories were announced as winners. Kullarri Building were the big winners of the night going home with two awards.
The winners were:
- Optimise HR (Kimberley Development Commission award for Home-Based Business)
- Agunya (Nyirrwa Murrgurlayi award for Community Engagement)
- Kullarri Building (Nyamba Buru Yawuru award for Aboriginal Business)
- Hydrokleen Broome (Hertz Broome award for Franchise Business)
- Footprint Cleaning (Kimberley Small Business Support award for Start Up Business)
- Sobrane (Small Business Development Corporation award for business 0 to 4 employees)
- Life & Soul Health & Fitness Club (Horizon Power award for business 5 to 10 employees)
- Progressive Supplies (Phoenix Insurance award for business 11 to 20 employees)
- Kullari Building (Working Together Business of the Year)
- Kimberley Medical Group (Kimberley Small Business Support award for Start Up Business)
- Decknicians (Small Business Development Corporation award for business 0 to 4 employees)
- Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours (Horizon Power award for business 5 to 10 employees)
Each of the winners showed great initiative by entering the awards and taking the time and effort to celebrate their achievements. Entrants were scored on commitment to customer service, financial performance, retention and motivation of staff together with community engagement and environmental ethical practices.
Winners are now eligible to enter the Regional WA Small Business Awards to be held in Perth on November 10 later this year.
Phoenix Insurance Brokers' Broome office is delighted to sponsor important activities such as this to support and nurture local business.