Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Westpac and Observer Looking for Best of Best; Awards to Recognise Excellence in Gladstone

Newspaper article The Observer (Gladstone, Australia)

Westpac and Observer Looking for Best of Best; Awards to Recognise Excellence in Gladstone

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Best in Business

THE Gladstone Westpac Bank and The Observer would like to recognise those businesses setting the benchmark, delivering great customer service and are truly the best in the business.

The Westpac Observer Best in Business Awards recognise excellence across the diverse business landscape of the Gladstone region. The Observer's general manager, Carl Carter, said the Best in Business Awards was a means to recognise those businesses that were successful, had strong business acumen and good, old-fashioned customer service. Westpac and The Observer are looking for your nominations for the Best in Business Awards for the Gladstone region. From accommodation, animal health, beauty, building, fishing and many more, we want you to tell us who offers the best service on a daily basis? Get your nominations forms in today's paper and you can help decide who are the 2010 Best in the Business winners. Please bring your original nomination form into the office at 27 Goondoon Street or post to The Observer "Best in Business" PO Box 351, 4680, before October 1.

Golding Conference

THE GEA is accepting registrations for the Golding Industry Conference 2010. Speakers from across the broadest range of industries Co both current and imminent in Gladstone Co have been sought to present at this year's conference, and the GEA is working to raise the bar in every way to ensure that the 7th Annual Golding Industry Conference is the most successful to date. The GEA is accepting conference registrations immediately and look forward to hearing from you. Please note that last year 80 people missed out as the conference was completely sold out several weeks before the event. Phone 49729060 for more information.

Project Grow

WORKSHOP 4, for Project GROW will be held on September 15, 11am Co 2.30pm and 3.30 Co 7pm at the Grand Hotel, Gladstone. A session is also available in Agnes Water on September 16, from 9am to 1pm at Sandcastles Resort. Cost is $10 per business per session. Contact Amanda Gonzo or Kirstie Bruton at GAPDL on 49724000. Places are filling fast, so don't miss out. …

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