SW small businesses honoured at gala event

Michael PhilippsSouth Western Times
South Western Times group editor Wayne Vitali presents Nudge Psychological Assessment and Consulting principals the award for Small Business of the Year.
Camera IconSouth Western Times group editor Wayne Vitali presents Nudge Psychological Assessment and Consulting principals the award for Small Business of the Year.

Nudge Psychological Assessment and Consulting has won the major prize at this year’s Business South West Small Business Awards.

The Busselton-based company, which has a Bunbury office, claimed the title of Small Business of the Year at Saturday’s award ceremony.

The company was also named Best Business 5-10 Employees and co-owner Melissa Harrison was crowned Business Person of the Year.

The Barberia of Bunbury was awarded Best Business 0-4 Employees while Constructive PD won the Best Business 11-20 Employees. Sportspower Bunbury and Eaton Fair won Franchise Business awards with The Goodnight Nurse claiming the Home Based Business prize.

South Western Times group editor Wayne Vitali presents Nudge Psychological Assessment and Consulting employees the award for Small Business of the Year.
Camera IconSouth Western Times group editor Wayne Vitali presents Nudge Psychological Assessment and Consulting employees the award for Small Business of the Year.

Keip Filtration was Aboriginal Business of the Year and also won the Young Achiever award. Eco Warehouse was Start Up Business of the Year and also won the Environmental and Sustainability title.

Autotech and Tyres Bunbury’s Dan Troy won the WOW Award for excellence in customer service while H&H Automotive’s Daniel Macmillan was Employee of the Year.

Holberry House won the tourism award, Stepping Out claimed the retail prize, 3D HR Legal was awarded the best service title, The Caravan Doctor took out the construction, mining and manufacturing category with Vineyard 28 named as the best in food, produce and agribusiness.

Civic Video Bunbury, Bianca Turri Photographer and Eyes@Australind won the Accessible and Inclusive, Community Engagement, and Innovation awards respectively.

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