Spoils of BEA tro­phy

Past win­ner shares ex­pe­ri­ence of Dalby busi­ness award

Dalby Herald - - LIFE - Joseph Bar­clay Joseph.Bar­clay@dal­by­her­ald.com.au

NOT only are the Busi­ness Ex­cel­lence Awards an op­por­tu­nity for win­ners to gain due recog­ni­tion for their ex­cep­tional work within the com­mu­nity, but also to con­tinue build­ing their rep­utable busi­nesses and en­sur­ing they keep reach­ing new heights.

There are ben­e­fits that comes with BEA suc­cess, in­clud­ing in­valu­able mar­ket­ing and pro­mo­tion, a boost in cred­i­bil­ity and a chance to net­work with in­flu­en­tial busi­ness­men and women within the re­gion; which is cru­cial for any busi­ness’ long-term sus­tain­abil­ity and growth.

With the 21st an­nual BEA awards less than three weeks away, nom­i­nees will be vy­ing for a num­ber of awards that will place them in an es­teemed group of award win­ners.

Mul­ti­ple Busi­ness Ex­cel­lence Award win­ner Jenny MacNel­lie from MacNel­lie’s Work­place Safety is also the trea­surer of the Dalby Cham­ber of Com­merce and In­dus­try and un­der­stands the sig­nif­i­cance of the night.

“We have been for­tu­nate enough to win sev­eral times at the BEAs,” Mrs MacNel­lie said.

“In 2005, at our first Busi­ness Ex­cel­lence Awards, we won New Busi­ness of the Year.

“From a per­sonal per­spec­tive, we are nat­u­rally ex­cited but hum­bled that we are recog­nised for our ef­fort.

“Win­ning an award re­flects the hard work and ded­i­ca­tion shown by our staff and we are happy to equally share the award with them.

“The awards pro­vide a re­newed plat­form to show­case your busi­ness.

“It is an op­por­tu­nity for fel­low busi­nesses to come to­gether to cel­e­brate their achieve­ments no mat­ter what size the busi­ness is.

“At­tend­ing the awards with your em­ploy­ees al­lows em­ploy­ers to recog­nise their hard work and ded­i­ca­tion within your busi­ness.

“All busi­nesses should be en­cour­aged to sub­mit an ap­pli­ca­tion.

“By fol­low­ing the process, it al­lows for busi­nesses to cre­ate a self-as­sess­ment of them­selves – both good and bad.

“It is an op­por­tu­nity to set new bench­mark­ing, in­crease your pro­file, and iden­tify ar­eas for im­prove­ment.”

A night of healthy com­pe­ti­tion filled with wor­thy nom­i­nees will once again es­tab­lish it­self as one of the most pres­ti­gious events on Dalby’s cal­en­dar.


BEA WIN­NERS: Mick and Jenny MacNel­lie out­side their busi­ness.

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