Mackay’s The Laptop Man was named Westpac Most Outstanding Business 2011 at Westpac’s State Small Business Awards recently, as part of Westpac’s wider National Business Month.
Business leaders from across the state joined the Honourable Jan Jarratt, Minister for Tourism, Manufacturing and Small Business, Jemima Richards from Firefoxes Australia, and Aunty Honor Cleary Traditional Owner for the Brisbane Region for a very special evening to celebrate and recognise the achievements of outstanding Queensland businesses and their owners.
The Westpac-hosted dinner, held at MODA Portside, gathered winners from eleven regions across the state.
– Mackay’s The Laptop Man named Westpac Most Outstanding Business 2011
– Brisbane South West winner Mallet’s Carpet Choice was named Queensland’s Most Resilient Business
– Brisbane City’s Rebecca Griffin was named Most Outstanding Woman in Business
– Outstanding Not for Profit went to Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker
– North Queensland Small Business Development Centre were named Queensland’s Business that Best Supports the Community
– Queensland’s Best Migrant Business went to GS International from Brisbane South West
– Most Outstanding New Business was awarded to Cave Coffee in Brisbane North.
– Westpac Brisbane South West’s Hermes Liu who was named the Most Outstanding Local Business Banker