Next Level races to award victory

Written on the 31 May 2017 by Gold Coast PR Company Consulting Hall

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 recognised with Next Level collecting the Mayor's Innovation Award at the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards for May.

Hess Ghahramanian said he was deilighted to win the award.

He said their products were used by people ranging from consumers through to professional pilots and race car drivers and by organisations such as universities and training institutions.

"We work with companies such as Sony, Microsoft and Samsung to provide simulation products that complement their products,'' said Mr Ghahramanian.

"Our products are now available through our distribution and resellers channels through Asia, Middle East, Europe and North America.

"We sell our racing and flight simulator cockpits for a retail price of less than $US1000 but they are used by professionals in the industry including the Australian Army, Australian and UK Air force cadets, Bristols Department of Aerospace Engineering, Hong Kong University, RMIT University, Wolverhampton University and many more."

Mr Ghahramanian said during 2016 the company exhibited its products at the world's two largest gaming expos in Los Angeles and Cologne Germany as well as at game exhibitions in eight other countries.

He said the company was planning to release two new products this year.

The winners In the other categories were:

  • Protest Geotechnical  -  Emerging Business
  • GCD Exhibitions -  Family Business
  • Zambrero Oxenford, Surfers, Coolangatta and Nerang - Retail Wholesale and Distribution
  • Skyline Landscape Services - Construction and Trades
  • GCI Group - Manufacturing
  • TorFX - Professions and Business Services
  • Medical Rescue - Health and Wellbeing
  • Get More Traffic - IT, Knowledge Management and Digital Services
  • Fish the Deep Fishing Charters - Tourism, Hospitality and Events Award:

The awards' major sponsors are Westpac, Harvey Norman Commercial Queensland, Optus Business Centre Gold Coast, City of Gold Coast, Regional Development Australia Gold Coast, Flight Centre Business Travel, Choice Homes, OntheNet, Griffith University, Gold Coast Airport, Pindara Private Hospital and The Southport Private Hospital.

The awards' media sponsors include the Gold Coast Bulletin, NBN Television, 92.5 Gold FM and 90.9 Sea FM.

The GCBEA's major supporters are KPMG, McCann, Document Solutions Australia, Bloomtools, Consulting Hall, The Star Gold Coast, Regina King Photography, Bruce Lynton Land Rover Jaguar and Bond University.


Author: Gold Coast PR Company Consulting Hall

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