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Celebrating our wonderful businesses

26 Feb 2020

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The Docklands Chamber of Commerce’s (DCC) inaugural Docklands Business Awards event on February 15 proved a major success.

A full Stark Room at Marvel Stadium including Lord Mayor Sally Capp, Deputy Lord Mayor Arron Wood and fellow councillors Beverley Pinder and Susan Riley turned out as eight individual category winners and two overall winners were announced.

Original Docklanders Lyn and Peter Kelly of Docklands Private Collection were awarded best small business, while the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel won best large business. Category winners included:

Accommodation: Docklands Private Collection

Bar and restaurant: Berth Restaurant and Events

Professional services: MoWorks

Art, entertainment and attraction: Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

Health and wellbeing provider: New Energy Physiotherapy

Emerging business: Quest NewQuay

Transport: Port Phillip Ferries

Retail, shopping and services: Regal Sleep Solutions

DCC president Joh Maxwell said that off the back of the success of the event the chamber looked forward to bringing it back bigger and better in the future. Docklands News congratulates all winners and the DCC on what a was fantastic celebration of our business community.

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