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19 September 2019 Posted by 

WSABE winners recognised at gala event

WINNERS for the 29th Annual Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) were announced the Annual Awards Gala on September 13 at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse.
The gala event was attended by Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Julia Finn MP, who represented the NSW Opposition Leader, Jodi McKay MP.
 
More than 600 guests including dignitaries including Geoffrey Lee MP, Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education, Member for Parramatta, Alan Cadman OAM, WSABE Patron, Councillor Bill Tyrell, representing the Lord Mayor of Parramatta, Andrew Wilson, and many more enjoyed an exceptional evening that celebrated the success stories of the Greater Western Sydney region.
 
Master of Ceremonies Tim Gilbert, SKY News, Presenter kicked off the evening to a brilliant start as the Premier provided an overview of Western Sydney as a key economic hub.
 
She gave her vision of the region’s future development. Interlaced throughout the evening was an engaging program of entertainment featuring River City Voices, Western Sydney’s only auditioned choir, and WB Productions, who brought to the stage a specially choreographed WSABE Showcase piece.
 
The most coveted WSABE Award, the Commonwealth Bank Business of the Year, was awarded to Evolve Housing Ltd.
 
This award is conferred following vigorous assessment by WSABE’s independent judging panel, taking into consideration the winner of each individual category to determine the standout business of the 2019 year.
 
This event was supported by Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) as official media partner. For the past seven years, WSBA has produced the WSABE souvenir edition. To see all WSABE souvenir editions see: http://www.accessnews.com.au/component/k2/item/2582-wsabe-souvenir-editions


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