A new year, a new look and new sponsors for awards

A Who's Who list of the Gold Coast business and political elite turned out in force to celebrate a new look, new sponsors and a new year for the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards. More than 70 of the Coast's leading power brokers and their children turned up for the launch of the 2017 awards at the Coolangatta outlet of Timezone,...

Who's Who list wines and dines

A Who's Who list of the Gold Coast business community attended a private lunch in the KPMG boardroom last week. The lunch for last year's winners of the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards included heavy hitters Norm Rix (2016 Business Hall of Fame Inductee), Max Christmas (2010 Business Hall of Fame Inductee) and billionaire de...

Norm Rix inducted into Hall of Fame

  Gold Coast developer, shopping centre owner and former councillor Norm Rix has been inducted into the Gold Coast Business Hall of Fame. Mr Rix, who now has a personal net worth of more than $200 million, was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards dinner at Jupiters on Saturday. However, the...


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TWW Gold Coast stitches up award victory

Industrial and corporate uniform supplier Totally WorkWear Gold Coast had the competition well and truly covered at the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards for July.

The independently-owned retailer, which is owned by business couple Jason and Carey De Boer, claimed the Retail, Wholesale and Distribution Award for July.

Ms De Boer said T...

JSW Powersports to another award victory

Arundel-headquartered watercraft dealer JSW Powersports has powered away with another award. The company, which is officially, the world's largest Sea-Doo dealer, has been named the winner of the Retail, Wholesale & Distribution category of the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards for June.

Owned and directed by Jeff McNiven...

Next Level races to award victory

Benowa headquartered racing and flight simulation company Next Level Racing has accelerated away with an innovation award. Next Level Racing, which was founded by by brothers Hess and Tony Ghahramanian in 2010, sells simulators and motion technology products in 14 different countries.

The company's efforts have now been recognise...


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