An acclaimed jeweller, a podiatrist who named her footwear line after her dog, a leading roboticist, the co-founder of a bedding and homewares chain and an insurance industry entrepreneur are contenders for the 2017 Lord Mayor’s Business Award for Business Person of the Year.
The 2016 winner of the HSBC Award for Doing Business in Asia - and the Optus Business Platinum Award - was Australian Country Choice.
The HSBC Award for Doing Business in Asia highlights Brisbane’s growing role as a business hub in Asia.
At 28, Joe Andon CEO of Vuly Play (formerly Vuly Trampolines), became the youngest person to win the Business Person of the Year Award.
The Lord Mayor’s Business awards are covered extensively across all media platforms around Australia.
To help you take your LMBA nomination to the next level, five of our judges have listed the top tips you need to know to boost your chances of going home with an award.
Nominate now for Brisbane’s most prestigious business awards, the 2017 Lord Mayor's Business Awards.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk opens submissions for the 12th Lord Mayor’s Business Awards to be held in October.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk tonight announced a young Brisbane entrepreneur who founded Australia’s leading trampoline manufacturer at the age of 19 as the Channel 7 Business Person of the Year.
A competitive field of Brisbane’s best and most dynamic businesses has been unveiled by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today as the finalists for the 11th Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.