Meet the finalists of the 2015 South African Small Business Awards
The finalists of the 2015 South African Small Business Awards were announced today by the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC).
This year marks the seventh anniversary of the South African Small Business Awards, recognising the tireless journey, hard work, outstanding achievements and vision of small business and their entrepreneurial success.
Proudly sponsored by Adams & Adams, FNB and Vodacom, this year’s winners will be announced on Thursday 5 November at an exclusive gala breakfast at Montecasino in Fourways.
The South African Small Business Awards comprise four categories including National Small Business Champion, National Entrepreneur Champion, National Woman in Business Champion, and National Young Entrepreneur Champion.
This year will also see the introduction of three special awards: National Exporter Award, National Travel & Tourism Award and the National Innovation Award.
Mike Anderson, Founder and CEO of the NSBC says, “The awards programme draws many entries each year and to be shortlisted as a finalist is the ultimate recognition for a small business owner or entrepreneur. It is also a springboard to enhanced success as winners go on to enjoy new, even greater businesses opportunities.”
In no particular order, the 2015 South African Small Business Awards finalists are as follows:
National Small Business Champion of the Year
o Oembotutravel.co.za - Henri Otou
o Ariston Global - Reginald Pillay
o College Of Production Technology Pty Ltd - Loraine Greenwood
National Entrepreneur Champion of the Year
o Tyrone Naidoo – BEE Online Pty Ltd
o Kevin Paxton - Noble Water Solutions Pty Ltd
o Gill Bowen – Shooshoos
Woman in Business Champion of the Year
o Tanya Kisten - Khanyisela College
o Refilwe Marumo - Mighty Comms Pty Ltd
o Sonja Smith-Janse Van Rensburg - Sonja Smith Funeral Group Pty Ltd
Young Entrepreneur Champion of the Year
o Tshepiso Mametja - Amphiguard Brickyard cc
o Janine Van Zyl - Cold Gold Artisan Ice Cream
o Marisa Da Silva - Infanta Foods
For more information on the 2015 South African Small Business Awards, go to www.smallbusinessawards.co.za
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