Lord Mayor Graham Quirk tonight announced a young Brisbane entrepreneur who founded Australia’s leading trampoline manufacturer at the age of 19 as the Channel 7 Business Person of the Year.
A competitive field of Brisbane’s best and most dynamic businesses has been unveiled by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk today as the finalists for the 11th Lord Mayor’s Business Awards.
Nominations for the 2016 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards close on 22 July and anyone considering nominating is urged to throw their hat in the ring before it’s too late.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is calling for nominations for this year’s Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, which recognises the achievements and contributions of local businesses to Brisbane.
Brisbane-based start-up Tanda may be young in business terms, just two years old and with an average employee age of 23, but its meteoric growth has been achieved in a number of ways.
Australia's newest game development start-up Prettygreat is teaming up with Matt Hall and Andy Sum, the creators of Crossy Road – one of the top free mobile games in the world.
Lord Mayor’s Business Awards winner Tritium, the only designer and manufacturer of fast chargers for electric vehicles (EVs) in Australia, has moved to larger Brisbane facilities to better meet international demand for its award-winning Veefil fast charger.
The Brisbane-based online payroll success story has been recognised by an innovation-focused PM.
The Brisbane Broncos have starred at the 2015 Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, receiving the coveted Clayton Utz Award for Corporate Citizenship at City Hall tonight.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has launched the 10th annual Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, with nominations now open.