The Peninsula Business Awards supports and recognises small businesses across the Mornington Peninsula Shire and the Frankston Region.
Offering a unique opportunity to highlight the regions most outstanding small businesses, the awards seek to recognise the hard work that business owners contribute to the local community in generating employment, as well as their contribution to the local economy.
The awards are the pinnacle of business success. They recognise the values associated with successful businesses.
With a large amount of enquires already for 2019, we can announce that applications will open for 2019 on 1st October 2018.
Eligible small businesses from across the Mornington Peninsula and Frankston region are required to complete and submit an Awards Entry, consisting of a series of questions which evaluate their standards of excellence and overall success.
Entries must be completed in accordance with the terms and conditions and submitted by the closing date to be considered as an award entrant.
Following the close of Entries, Finalists will be selected based on the content provided in the awards Entry Form, and notified of their success via email. All entrants do not automatically become finalists.
Finalists will compete with businesses in their category across the region and the winners being named at the gala presentation evening in May 2018.
The judges are representatives from a variety of industries who have relevant experience or an understanding of the operations of a small business.
Judges will shortlist the entrants into finalists. The number of finalists will depend on the quality and quantity of entrants for each category. Not all entrants will become finalists.
Judging is assessed on the responses to the Awards Criteria questions that will be emailed to you once you have registered via our website.
The outcome of each business' assessment will determine the Peninsula Business Award winners.
Businesses are judged only within one award category. If an entrant selects more than one category, judges have the right to determine the most applicable category without notification or consultation.
Judges reserve the right to transfer a business into another category if they believe an entrant would be more appropriately assessed in that category.
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