The Penrith Business Awards are in full swing. And the judges are impressed by the standard of all finalists, with the response indicating a high level of community involvement and recognition for the small business sector.
Judging will be completed within a few weeks.
The awards are made possible through the support of NOVA Employment, Complete Recruitment Solutions, Nepean Regional Security, Centros Lennox and Nepean, 87.6 Vintage FM, Success Women’s Network and Television Sydney.
The awards presentation evening will include a three-course dinner, drinks and entertainment on Wednesday, September 5, at the St Marys Band Club. Tickets are limited, and can be bought through Precedent Productions on 8577 5060 or through www.thebusinessawards南京夜网
The Business Arc, a serviced office providing businesses a chance to work with others in the early stages of growth or wanting to get away from the home office or kitchen table, has just opened in the Skiptons Arcade.
Tenants will be able to pick and choose the days, half days or hours to be based in the boutique office space with phone, Wi-Fi internet and full furnishings on offer.
The Business Arc will also provide meeting and boardrooms for hire. Details: Call Jake Wade on 0433 109 339 or click onto [email protected]南京夜网.au
Michael Basham, of Penrith, has won the 2012 Western Sydney Apprentice of the Year Award.
Endeavour Energy’s chief operating officer, Rod Howard, said: “It’s great recognition for his hard work and he is now in the running for NSW Apprentice of the Year to be announced this month.”
Mr Basham, 27, started work as an Endeavour Energy apprentice in February 2008.
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