2024 Australian Small Business Champion finalists announced

Tuesday, 26 March, 2024

2024 Australian Small Business Champion finalists announced

The 2024 Australian Small Business Champion Awards have unveiled seven finalists within the Manufacturing Food category. The winners will be revealed via two National Presentation Evening Gala events at Sydney’s The Star on 12 and 13 April 2024.

The recognition awards program celebrates the achievements, economic, social and cultural contribution of today’s 2.5 million small business operators from right across the country.

Steve Loe, Founder of the Australian Small Business Champion Awards and Managing Director of Precedent Productions, said that now more than ever is the time to strongly support the nation’s hardest working sectors.

“I believe the resilience of Australia’s small business community is more evident today than ever before in recent memory, and it is absolutely deserving of national recognition.

“The remarkable quantity and quality of submissions we received this year is testament to the triumphant spirit of so many small business operators — absolutely including those from manufacturing industries. We’re very much looking forward to celebrating the very best of this nation’s small businesspeople in spectacular style this April,” Loe said.

The seven Manufacturing Food category finalists are:

  • To Be Frank Ready Meals (NSW)
  • Cooks Confectionery (NSW) 
  • Feta Juli-Etta (Qld)
  • Belladotti (Qld)
  • Lula Rum (Qld) 
  • Comfy Foods (Qld)
  • San Elk (Vic)

For more information about the 2024 Australian Small Business Champion Awards, visit: businesschampions.com.au.

Image credit: Australian Small Business Champion Awards.

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