Business awards open

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Entries have opened for the 25thTelstra Business Awards.

Entrants areassessed against criteria including: financials, vision, technology and innovation, risk mitigation, resilience, social impact, inclusion and ethical work practices.

There are five award categories: New Business, Micro Business, Small Business, Medium Business and Charity Award.

The winner of the Telstra Business of the Year Award can come from any of the fivecategories.

Telstra Business Group Managing Director and Awards Ambassador Paul Tyler saidthe Awards were part of Telstra’s long-standing commitment to enablesmall and medium businesses (SMB) to thrive.

“Small and medium businesses make a huge contribution to our local communities and national economy. They drive growth and deliver jobs to millions of Australians,” he said.

“For the past 25 years, Telstra has been proud to champion excellence and innovation among SMBs, and more recently charities.”

All entrantsreceive a comprehensive business health check, which benchmarks their performance against industry standards and identifies improvement opportunities, based on the data provided in the entry form.

“Businesses don’t need to win an award to benefit from the process. Byentering, they have the opportunity to put their business under the microscope and receive valuable insights. If they progress further, then they also enjoy unparalleled networking with peers and the chance to build their profile,” Mr Tyler said.

Entries will close onThursday, March 16.

Anyone can nominate a business, including the owner or founder.

Visit https://梧桐夜网telstrabusinessawards南京夜网/nominate/to nominate a business.

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