It is with some regret that the Committee has chosen to cancel the 2020 Business Excellence Awards of Manningham.

With the impact of COVID-19 on the local business community, we felt that an awards program, and all the work that goes along with it, is too much to ask.

The 2020 Awards will be postponed until 2021.

As part of the Business Excellence Awards (BEA) commitment towards excellence in business, the BEA wishes to now recognise the achievements of young people working in local business. This Award is sponsored by Costanzo Lawyers.

This Award will highlight youth achievement in business to the Manningham community and a sense of pride in our young people of today. It will provide role models and mentors by highlighting their achievements and the pursuit of excellence.

All nominees will be acknowledged at the Gala Awards Dinner on 13 November 2020 with the overall winner and 2 runners-up being presented with their Awards.

The overall winner will receive a $1000 contribution to further study or tools for their trade. The runner-up will receive a $500 contribution to further study or tools for their trade.

Nominations are open for any employee 25 years or younger who:

  • Is working within the municipality of Manningham
  • Has been with the business over 12 months
  • Has an outstanding attitude to their work and fellow employees
  • Has made a significant contribution to the business and or the community

How to complete your nomination

  • Read the criteria to ensure your nomination is valid
  • Submit at least 150 words about the nominee, include information such as achievements, initiative – what have they done to go above and beyond their normal day to day job requirements, management, leadership, volunteering or community work.
  • Attach any relevant information (photos, newspaper articles, awards etc.)

If you have a worthy Young Achiever working for you who fits the above criteria, download the form, complete the details below.

Nominations close on Monday 17 August 2020. 

This Award is sponsored by Costanzo Lawyers