Local business celebrated at Karratha awards

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​It was lights, camera, action at this year's Hollywood-themed Karratha and Districts Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KDCCI) Business Excellence Awards, held on Saturday night (3 September).

The red carpet was rolled out at the Tambrey Centre for Karratha business's night of nights, with category sponsors entertained by professional dancers and a live band.

Woodside was again an event and category sponsor of the Best Indigenous Business Award.

Integrated Activity Planning Manager at the Karratha Gas Plant (KGP), Breyden Lonnie, presented the award on Woodside's behalf to Karratha-based Impact Media.

On the night, Breyden said the teams at KGP and Pluto LNG Plant were lucky to have the continuing opportunity to work with fantastic local Indigenous businesses in the City of Karratha.

"Through our Reconciliation Actions Plans, we turn that opportunity into a commitment," he said.

More about the Business Excellence Awards

The annual KDCCI Business Excellence Awards celebrate the achievements, innovation and enterprising spirit of small to medium sized businesses across the City of Karratha.

The awards honour organisations that demonstrate a commitment to the core values of business excellence, through outstanding service and contributions to the local economy and community.

It is a unique opportunity for local businesses to have their hard work, commitment and of course, successes, recognised.

Importantly, the awards foster pride and inspire confidence in the local business community while encouraging economic development and diversification across the City of Karratha.

Winners of the KDCCI Business Excellence Awards will also progress to the GWN7 Western Australia Regional Small Business Awards.

More about the KDCCI

The KDCCI is a not-for-profit organisation that represents the local business community and provides an active and independent voice for its growing membership base.

It provides support and advocacy services to its 400-strong members who include multi-national mining and resource companies, government and community service organisations and small-to-medium sized enterprise.

The KDCCI is affiliated with Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) and is a founding member of the Regional CCIWA.​​

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