Announcement: Finalists in the 2011 ActionCOACH My Business Awards

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The finalists in the 2011 ActionCOACH My Business awards have been announced.

We assembled panels of three judges - two outside experts and My Business editor Simon Sharwood - and read all the entries across the nine awards categories. The five businesses each panel felt best met the criteria for the awards, as published in My Business magazine and at the awards website, were selected to go through to the final round of judging.

It was not easy to get down to five finalists in each category - many entries were of extraordinary quality. But a few had that little extra spark the judges felt added up to a top five finish.

So without any further ado, here's the list of finalists who will line up for the big prize at the awards dinner on October 6th.



The GIO Award for Best Small Business

Mercury Creative

Impulse Products

Retailworld Resourcing

Segenhoe Inn

Wisdom Learning

The PwC Award for Best Medium Business

Appliances Online

Longwarry Food Park

Stream Group


E-Web Marketing

Award for Best Business Growth Strategy

Australian Fresh Leaf Herbs


Longwarry Food Park

Quantum Linx

Award for Best Business Leader

ChinaDirect Sourcing Services P/L

Comscentre P/L

Kiandra IT

Luxmy Furniture

The Graphics Art Club Mascot P/L

Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility

Luxmy Furniture

Longwarry Food Park


Collie Community Bank


Award for Best Employer

Buildon Bookkeeping


E-Web Marketing

Reload Media

ChinaDirect Sourcing Services P/L

Award for Best Employee

Alice Johnson - Buildon Bookkeeping

Christopher Watts - Flavours Catering and Events

Peter Rogers - Jeff Hort Engineering

Skye Recruitment

Tracy Hong - World Manager

Award for best use of Technology

World Manager

Appliances Online


Barefoot Power


Award for Best Start-up Business

Joe Button Pty Ltd


Twisted Yoghurt

Chatterbox Club

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