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OPTUS MY BUSINESS AWARDS 2017 – Second year Running



Caramelicious has been shortlisted as a finalist to win an awards in the Manufacturing category for the second year running at the 2017 Optus My Business Awards, the premier event of the year for SMEs.


Optus My Business Awards, which covers 28 categories, acknowledges best practice ​​within a particular industry sector, as well as individual business leaders, excellence in customer service and achievements in innovation, corporate social responsibility and workplace culture.


Winners from all categories will be automatically shortlisted for the highly coveted Business of the Year Award.

Adam Zuchetti, editor of My Business, said Australian SMEs are at the leading edge of innovation and customer service excellence, as represented by this year’s Optus My Business Awards finalists.

“My Business is extremely proud to showcase those companies and their leaders that are thriving by pushing the boundaries and challenging the status quo across a diverse spectrum of industries,.” Mr Zuchetti said. “Determining this year’s finalists was no easy feat, with our selection panel working through an outstanding calibre of entries and the highest submission rate for the awards to date.”


He added: “On behalf of the My Business team, I would like to congratulate all of this year’s finalists and wish them the best of luck for the big night”, he said.”


Remi Tremsal, Artisan Caramel Maker at Caramelicious said he was humbled by the nomination.


Caramelicious’s recognition for its excellent contribution to the artisanal manufacturing community reinforces the strength of the brand in connecting with the community and engaging with its customers,” he added.


The winners will be announced at a black tie awards dinner on Friday, 10 November at The Westin Sydney.

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