The 2014 Business 3000+ Awards recognise and celebrate the endeavours and achievements of small business within the City of Melbourne.

Over the past 10 years, forty Melbourne based businesses have won a Business 3000+ Award resulting in increased exposure of their business and recognition of its achievements by Melbourne’s business community. Past Awards winners have included: Polaris Communications, Starnet Systems, Enspire Australia, KeepCup, Rooftop Cinema. STREAT, Melbourne City Rooftop Honey, just to name a few.

Nominations are now sought from small businesses located within the City of Melbourne that contribute to the commercial success and unique, vibrant fabric of the City.

Businesses that operate their head office, an office, branch, shop or outlet within the City of Melbourne municipal boundaries, and have no more than 30 full-time employees are eligible to enter.

There are five categories that businesses can self-nominate for, or alternatively individuals can nominate a business. The Award categories are:

  • Alan Knipe Starnet Innovation Award
  • Servcorp New Business Award
  • International Award
  • Social Enterprise Award
  • Small Business Victoria Sustainability Award

Submissions close at 5pm on Monday 10 November 2014. An independent judging panel will judge all submissions.

The Award winners will be announced at the 2014 Business 3000+ Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Party on Tuesday 25 November 2014 at The Hall, NAB, 1st Floor, 700 Bourke Street, Docklands from 6pm – 8.15pm. This is a fun night to celebrate the talents of many small businesses in the City of Melbourne.

A highlight of the Awards evening will be a special presentation by Jo Stanley, comedian and co-host of Fox FM’s Weekend Brekky program on ‘Developing a personal brand for life and business. How to be more successful than Justin Bieber!’.

For a 2014 Business 3000+ Awards Nomination Form and/or to book tickets to the 2014 Business 3000+ Awards Ceremony, please visit www.b3000.org.au.  All enquiries: call 9639 6950

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