PAST WINNERS: Nathan and Kellie Benn of Benny’s Grafton Smash Repairs being presented with the 2015 winner of the Trade Industry and Manufacturing Award.
PAST WINNERS: Nathan and Kellie Benn of Benny’s Grafton Smash Repairs being presented with the 2015 winner of the Trade Industry and Manufacturing Award. Contributed

Show the Valley why your business is best

DO YOU want to stand out from your competition and give customers real reasons to choose you?

There is no better way to raise the profile of your business than to enter the 10th Anniversary Daily Examiner Clarence Valley Business Excellence Awards.

Entries are open for all businesses, large and small, located in the Clarence Valley Council area.

The business must have been established and trading on or before December 31, 2015.

Here are what some of the previous finalists have said:

"We had tremendous growth last year from the relationships built from the awards and it is definitely worth the effort."

"What was really good about the entry process was it made us aware of growing the business. It gave us some idea of direction, showed us some things we had overlooked and ways to improve."

It's not the size of the business or the number of staff that are important. The judges don't want to see any financial figures either, just know that you are viable.

Instead, they are looking for all the clues that make an excellent business; standardised processes and procedures, quality controls and business plans.

Complete the form at www.valleyexcelence.org.au before May 27 for a chance to be crowned not only the winner of your industry category but also the prestigious Business of the Year Award.



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