Nominations Open for Business Excellence Awards 2017

Nominations are open for the 2017 Business Excellence Awards for the Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce & Tourism

The Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Business Excellence Awards are on again and organisers are inviting high quality nominations from individuals and businesses in the six award categories.

Awards will be presented in the following categories:

  • Business Excellence (sponsored by Beyond Bank)
  • Tourism Excellence (sponsored by Eyre Peninsula 765-5CC TOURSA)
  • New in Business (sponsored by Southern Cross Austereo)
  • Customer Service (sponsored by Career Employment Group)
  • Young Business Person (sponsored by Port Lincoln Times)
  • Community Service (sponsored by Port Lincoln City Council)

Nominations in all categories will close at Midnight Sunday October 29 2017.

Submit your nominations now.

Awards Dinner

Awards will be presented at the Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Business Excellence Awards Dinner on FridayNovember 17th at Ravendale Sporting Complex.

Tickets are available now through our event partner SA Tickets: book your tickets online now.

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Thank you to our Sponsors and Media Partners

The Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce & Tourism wish to thank our Gold Sponsors who have made significant contributions toward our 2017 awards: Beyond Bank, Career Employment Group, Port Lincoln Times, EP Radio 765 – 5CC TourSA, Southern Cross Austereo, and Port Lincoln City Council.

Special accolades to our media partners WOOF Media, EP Radio 765-5CC, SA TicketsPort Lincoln TimesSouthern Cross Austereo and our other sponsors Port Lincoln Hotel,  Ravendale Sporting Complex and Kris Bunder from Del Giorno’s who have provided significant and valued support to the Chamber for this event.



2 Comments on "Nominations Open for Business Excellence Awards 2017"

  1. Paul Whillas says:

    I would like to nominate Lincoln Computer Centre ( LCC) particularly in the area of customer service.
    At any time this small firm provides excellent support and service, but with the advent of the NBN, and the many problems and difficulties this has incurred, the company and the proprietor, Greg Williams, have gone way beyond the normal support and service for people on Eyre Peninsula, including those who are not even customers, but are struggling with the new technology.
    Greg has set up a facebook page for NBN users on Eyre Pen., which is meeting a huge need, and helping many people understand the NBN and their own requirements.
    He spends hours sorting out communication difficulties between providers, installers and customers.

    Finally Greg will actually go to the trouble of going online to find you the best and most economical product you are seeking, and happily direct you to another local retailer, if he cannot match their offer.
    He and his staff are not just highly knowledgeable in the field, but are honest, open and friendly in their dealings with people.

    This is genuine, but also, I suspect, the firm’s way of competing with the cheap prices available on line. The guarantee of competent and reliable service, with a smile, is one of the few ways a small local firm can compete; and the success and longevity of this business is a testament to the success of this way of doing business.

  2. Hi Paul – thanks for your nomination of Greg Williams and Lincoln Computer Centre. We will get in touch with Greg to get additional information to support the nomination. Appreciate your overview. Cheers, Andrea

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