Finalists revealed for Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s awards night

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Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Peter Taylor.
Camera IconBroome Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Peter Taylor. Credit: Jakeb Waddell.

Finalists for the 2021 Broome Business Excellence Awards have been announced, with 25 local businesses celebrated for their achievements and inspiring the growth of business in the region.

Headed by the Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the annual awards aim to unearth local operators and show them recognition through a publicity campaign on television, print, radio and social media.

This year saw some big local names make the finals, including Air Kimberley, Broome Plumbing and Gas, Broome Builders, Broome CIRCLE, Broome Lotteries House, F45 Training Broome, Broome Dental Clinic and Willie Creek Pearls.

Beauty, fashion and arts also came into the spotlight, with Kell and Co Hair Professionals, Hats by Felicity, Gallery Sobrane and Taryn Yeates Photography all making the list of finalists.

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Front runners of Broome’s food and beverage scene, including Mabu Mayi Cafe, Little Wildflower Pop Up Picnics, Kombi Keg Broome and Roebuck Bay Hotel, were also named as finalists.

Several Aboriginal corporations were named as finalists, including Garnduwa Amboorny Wirnan Aboriginal Corporation, Mens Outreach Service Aboriginal Corporation and Nirrumbuk Environmental Health and Services.

Other finalists included Integrative Counselling and Meditation Services, The Homestead Hub, KMTA Strategic Planning Initiative, Natasha Aristei, Resolute Security Services and Stuart Gallus.

The awards received an overwhelming response this year, which prompted BCCI to extend the entry deadline twice.

The winners will be announced at the 2021 Gen Off Grid Broome Business Excellence Gala Awards night at Sun Pictures on Saturday, October 23.

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