Robinson Voss Partners has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2018 Optus My Business Awards to be announced later this year.
A local accounting firm offering business advice, tax strategy, asset protection and super solutions for business owners in the Mt Eliza, Mornington Peninsula and across Melbourne, is in the running to take out one of Australia’s longest-standing business awards program.
Robinson Voss Partners, which was founded by Craig Robinson and Sue Voss in 2014, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Finance Business of the Year category of this premier event for SMEs.
The Optus My Business Awards 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 of company related categories will be shortlisted and vie for the highly coveted overall Business of the Year Award.
Craig Robinson, co-founder and director of Robinson Voss Partners, said that he and his business partner Sue Voss, along with their entire team were delighted to have been nominated and thrilled to have progress through judging to be named among the finalists.
“We are very excited to be recognised in this way. It is confirmation of our commitment to continual self-improvement and our genuine desire to fulfil our promise which is to empower our clients so that their businesses will grow and they, as the owner will prosper,” Mr Robinson said.
Adam Zuchetta, representing Optus My Business Awards 2018, said it is another big year for Australia’s longest-running SME awards program.
“Small and medium-sized businesses are undeniably the backbone of our nation’s economy, as well as the heart of our local communities. It is wonderful to be able to recognise them on their achievements in service delivery, product innovation, workplace excellence and commitment to sustainability,” Mr Zuchetta said.
The winners will be announced at a black-tie awards dinner on Friday, 9 November at The Star, Sydney.