IN THE words of Austin Powers "yeah baby".

Westlawn Finance has done it again, taking out the much-sought-after Gold Cup at the Jacaranda Festival business talent quest for the fourth year running.

Jacob Andrews led the act dressed as Austin Powers in a purple suit.

He said he was "over the moon" with the group's performance, which included songs from Queen, the Rolling Stones and the Spice Girls.

"We practised for three weeks and had two months of preparation time," said Mr Andrews.

In terms of the secret formula for winning, it seems the age-old method of a good working environment paved the path to victory again.

"Plenty of staff spirit, participation and beverages," said Mr Andrews.

Other entrants in the talent show included Elders Real Estate Grafton, which jumped on the Gangnam Style fad and was led by property manager Naomi Evers in one of the more colourful acts.

Other winners on the day included Cafe 117, which took out the Rose Bowl for best shop staff participation; Clarence Valley Council, which took out the Rose Bowl for best overall staff participation; and Cotton On, which had the most comically designed costumes.

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