Showcasing businesses in the region is what the Crow Awards does best but they want to improve on what they do for the 2019 awards.
The team at the Wagga Business Chamber (the organisation in charge of the awards) is looking to extend the nomination period for awards and offer educational webinars and events to assist businesses complete their applications and, in turn, maximise their business exposure.
The number of nominations for the awards has remained steady for the past two years but it’s hoped these changes will help the awards grow.
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The Business Chamber is excited to work with local business partners to bring a bigger and better awards program to the community next year. Despite not growing in size, the quality of the awards continues to improve every year.
There are plenty of new businesses opening in the region each year and the awards have adapted to accommodate and showcase them in particular with the best new business and startup superstar categories.
The Daily Advertiser is a proud sponsor of the awards night with Stephen Jaques (chief executive of the Riverina Disability Service in Kurrajong) named on The Daily Advertiser roll of honour this year.
The top award for the night, the Golden Crow, was taken out by ProWay Livestock Equipment who also won excellence in business and were a finalists in the excellence in innovation category.