The Awards provide recognition and encouragement for small business achievements and will be open for small businesses, individuals and organisations in Belmont, Perth metropolitan area and across regional Western Australia from June 30th until the 20th of September 2021.
More than 97% of all businesses in WA are small businesses (https://www.smallbusiness.wa.gov.au/about/small-business-sector/facts-and-statistics 2020) and this sector is of key importance as WA moves through unprecedented times.
“PerthNow is proud to sponsor the Community Spirit Award at the 28th Belmont and Western Australian Business Awards. An award that recognises outstanding community contribution which benefits others is something of which we are so passionate here at the Southern Gazette, having enjoyed over 30 years delivering a local voice and connecting with members across our community”, Andrew Clark from PerthNow said.
To be eligible to enter this award category, the small business must be located within the City of Belmont. Potential entrants for the Belmont & Western Australian Small Business Awards will be able to access a wide range of support in preparing their submission that includes Free Award Entry Kits, Award Workshops, Webinars, and access to Award Mentors who can assist with tips in preparing award submissions to impress the judging panel.
Winners will be announced at the ‘Night of Stars’ event that will take place in the Ballroom of the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre on Thursday 28th October 2021, 6pm - 8.30pm.
The 28th Belmont & Western Australian Small Business Awards are supported by major sponsors City of Belmont and the Textile Clothing Footwear Resource Centre of WA and coordinated by the Belmont Business Enterprise Centre Inc.
Belmont & Western Australian Small Business Awards 2021
The City of Belmont is a vibrant, modern City located just six kilometres from Perth CBD. The City is a thriving network of economic growth and development opportunities and is located in one of the most significant logistics hubs in the region. The City’s most significant community infrastructure project Belmont Hub opened in 2020. This state-of-the-art facility with integrated services, continues to consolidate its position in the City centre. Belmont’s prime location provides opportunities for economic and community development in our City and has attracted new families and businesses of varying sizes and across a range of industries. These communities have made Belmont their home to live, work and invest. www.belmont.wa.gov.au
Belmont BEC | BEC Global is a non-profit community organisation established in 1994, providing training and mentoring support services to over 27,000+ individuals in Australia to start or improve their small business and is a specialist in virtual business incubation. Belmont BEC has originated a large range of well-known projects and programs for the benefit of its small business clients that have included the annual Belmont & Western Australian Small Business Awards, Designedge Innovation Festival, MY Business Incubator Training & Mentoring Projects, TCF Resource Centre WA, Multicultural Business Support Services, WA Racing Industry Project, Belmont Clothes Library and the BPW Business Incubator Online Projects. www.belmontbec.com www.mybusinessincubator.com.au www.bpwbusinessincubator.com/empoweringwomen
TCFWA | TCF Australia | TCF Global is a non-profit community organisation established in 1998, assisting over 6,500+ designers and fashion industry small businesses with fashion business skill development, linkages in the global supply chain, International trade, and industry networks. www.tcfwa.com www.tcfaustralia.com www.tcfglobal.com www.myfashionincubator.com www.fashionincubators.com