Carrick Aland are Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards Finalists
2019 Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards Finalists Revealed
The Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce has announced the finalists for the 2019 Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards.
Carrick Aland is thrilled to have been shortlisted as finalists with two other firms in the Professional & Business – Banking, Finance & Legal category.
“Carrick Aland is one of the region’s leading Rural and Small Business Financial Specialists helping our clients to thrive with accounting, tax, audit and wealth planning advice to individuals, businesses and farming families,” said Director Kent Gripske. “With offices across the Darling Downs and Western Downs, it is a great achievement to gain recognition for our efforts in Toowoomba.”
“2019 has seen a range of very high calibre businesses participate in the Business Excellence Awards program, which has made it a tough task indeed for our team of independent judges”, said Toowoomba Chamber President, Joy Mingay.
“I want to congratulate all of the finalists – this is a great achievement and something that you and your team can be very proud of, being judged as the best of the best by your peers.”
The Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards are a celebration of the business community’s contribution to the economic vitality and social fabric of the Toowoomba region.
It is an important recognition and is an awards program that celebrates the diversity, innovation and excellence of the Darling Downs.
Now in its twelfth year hosted by the Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce, the Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards are designed to celebrate the efforts and achievements of our diverse and dedicated business community and recognise the contribution, not only to economic vitality, but to creating the strong, healthy, vibrant regional community that is the Toowoomba region.
The Toowoomba Region has a resilient economy based on an array of industries including enviable mining and manufacturing industries, robust agricultural and horticultural industries, a growing tourism market supported by natural attractions and the Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport, major health and education services and of course the heart of the community, a vast array of dynamic small to medium business. Whilst all add to the region’s business profile, they also help weave the fabric of our communities.