The My Business/SME Association of Australia team is excited to announce Doltone House Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD as the venue for the 14th annual My Business Awards, to be held on Tuesday November 11.
The My Business/SME Association of Australia team is proud to announce Doltone House Hyde Park in Sydney’s CBD as the lavish new venue that will host this year's My Business Awards on Tuesday November 11.
Situated on Elizabeth Street overlooking Hyde Park, the new Doltone House Hyde Park is a glamorous New York style venue and the 2014 My Business Awards will be hosted in the opulent Hyde Park Ballroom.
“In 2014 the My Business Awards continues our long-held tradition of honouring high achieving successful Australian SME business owners,” explains Tony May, National Commercial Director of My Business. “The 2014 Awards aim to bring together our community of SME owners for a night of celebration, networking and recognition in a fitting and truly spectacular Sydney venue.”
The closing date for submissions for the 2014 My Business Awards is Tuesday September 30 at 1700 AEST. All SME Association of Australia Members, My Business readers and SME business owners who have not yet submitted their entry for this year’s My Business Awards are strongly encouraged to do so before this closing date. Entries can be submitted online by following this link, or by downloading, printing and completing a physical entry form and posting it to My Business HQ at Level 3, 50 York St, Sydney NSW 2000.
To find out all you need to know about the 2014 My Business Awards, including conditions of entry, how to enter, judging criteria and submission guidelines, please follow this link now. Tickets to the My Business Awards night at Doltone House Hyde Park are now available for purchase at the 2014 My Business Awards website.
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