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16 November 2023 Posted by 


Winning Business of the Year for 2023
THE state’s peak business organisation, Business NSW, has honored winners from all over the state at the Business NSW Awards 2023 black-tie event at Sydney’s White Bay Cruise Terminal.
Premier Chris Minns officially opened the event to an audience of 500 people representing more than 130 businesses. 
The Premier alongside Small Business Minister Steve Kamper shared their experience of running a small business and celebrated the state’s most innovative, forward thinking and courageous businesses.
The NSW Business Awards 2023 have shown that technology and innovation is at the heart of businesses across the state – from startups right through to huge corporates,” Business NSW Executive Director Regional NSW, Paula Martin said. 
“ARC Ento tech winning Business of the Year 2023 clearly demonstrates to the world that innovation is alive and well right here on the Central Coast.
“The war on waste is a worldwide problem which current waste management solutions cannot keep up with. 
“ARC Ento tech have created a combo bio process using soldier flies to consume organic waste and technology to process inorganic waste to help resolve our plastics problem and repurpose the outputs into viable products like high grade insect meal, high nutrient fertilizer and an innovative industrial reductant which can replace coking coal. 
“More than ever, the past few years have taught us that businesses in NSW have the passion, determination and resilience to face any challenge.
“The achievements of the state’s 840,000 businesses have been especially impressive in the face of spiraling insurance and energy costs, skills shortages and the state’s housing crisis.” Ms Martin said.
Somersby waste management solution business ARC Ento Tech took out the Excellence in Innovation Award and then proceeded to be crowned the 2023 Business of the Year. 
Employer of Choice, 20 Employees and under: Liberty Domestic and Family Violence Specialist Services.
Employer of Choice, 21 employees and above: Hunter Valley Coal Chain Coordinator.
Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion: Charles Sturt Campus Services.
Excellence in Innovation: ARC Ento Tech. 
Excellence in International Business: Ensitech.
Excellence in Large Business: Black Gold Motel.
Excellence in Micro Business: Fluid Engineering.
Excellence in Small Business: SimplyClean.
Excellence in Sustainability: Topsoil Organics.
Outstanding Business Leader: Jacqueline Vozzo - Penrith Lakes Development Corporation.
Outstanding Community Organisation: Milk Crate Theatre.
Outstanding Employee: Dean Reid, Aussie Ark.
Outstanding Local Chamber: Albury Business Connect.
Outstanding Start-up: Contained in Nimbin Accommodation.
Outstanding Young Business Leader: Patrick Dawson, Patrick Dawson Law.
Business of the Year: ARC Ento Tech.
About Business NSW
Formerly the NSW Business Chamber, Business NSW is the peak policy and advocacy body which has been representing businesses in NSW since 1826. We represent almost 50,000 businesses.


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