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EMO North West Business Awards 2016Photos

A huge night with over 350 guests at the Mount Isa Civic Centre for the 2016 EMO North West Business Awards presented by Commerce North West.
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The North West Star was there to capture the action.

Photos: Derek Barry

EMO North West Business Awards 2016 | Photos Caroline Power and Jen Termine-Toth.

Kate Hartley provided some lovely sounds before the event.

Karen and Kim Kretchsmann.

Jen Termine-Toth, Kirstin and Mike Westerman, Cr Peta MacRae and magician Nathan Hedger.

Richard and Kylie Harvey with Travis Crowther.

Luke Buckland and Chris Plummer.

Jen Mahoney and Julia Ahern of night sponsors EMO.

Leann and Deb enjoy the night.

Tess Thomas and Jodica Roos.

Jo, Abbey and Courtney.

Commerce North West president Travis Crowther on stage.

MC Carley Duffey.

Mayor Joyce McCulloch.

Mayor Joyce McCulloch and Travis Crowther.

Winners of Business growth award: 10 or less employees – Sanctum Skin and Spa Retreat.

Winners of Business growth award: 10 or more employees: Mount Isa Entertainment and Tourism Venues – Outback at Isa.

Winner of Business Innovation Award 10 or less employees – Images by Kate Glover.

Winner of Business Innovation Award 10 or more employees – Doug Scouller of Scouller Energy Pty Ltd.

Winner of Sustainability in Business Award – Start Construction and Hire

Jim Bowden of the Buffs Club presents an award.

Winner of the New Investment Award more than 10 employees – Mount Isa Isuzu Ute.

Mel and Brian Atherinos.

Anna Kubis, Kylie Rixon and Sally Prendergast.

Some of the large crowd in attendance.

Danielle Howkee and Jacqui Southam.

Magician Nathan Hedger with MC Carley Duffey.

Janine and Deb.

The pop up photo booth was popular.

Stevie Egmolasse, Caroline Power, Jennifer Termine-Toth

Natalie Flecker and Mayor Joyce McCulloch.

Karen Graham and Jim Bowden collect the corporate citizenship award for the Buffs Club.

The Hello World ladies walk to the stage to collect their Workplace of choice award – 10 or less employees.

The Mount Isa Pharmacy First ladies wave to their friends in the gallery as they pick up the Workplace of choice award – 10 or more employees.

North West Queensland Soccer Zone collect the Community Organisation Award.

Katie Schrodter presents an award.

LJ Hooker Mount Isa won the service excellence award for the professional services sector.

Sanctum Skin and Spa Retreat won the service excellence award for the health and beauty sector.

MIETV won the service excellence award for the hospitality and tourism sector.

Start Construction and Hire won the service excellence award for the Trades and services sector.

WiZZamakidZ owner Cathy Bimrose (right) accepts the service excellence award for the retail sector.

Greg Mitchell accepts the service excellence award for the employment, education and training sector for Mount Isa TAFE.

SOLAS takes out the service excellence award for the social and community sector.

Nathan Hedger performs a trick assisted by Molly.

Molly and Jen watch on as Nathan Hedger performs another trick.

Jodie Shepherd of 4LM wins the customer service hero award for the services sector.

Mel Atherinos of the Buffs Club won the customer service hero award for the skilled sector.

Some of the large crowd as seen from the stage.

Sally Hollier of North West Gymnastics won the customer service hero award for the community sector.

Mount Isa Coaches won the emerging business award.

Sherrie Tuppurainen of Mount Isa LJ Hooker won the digital strategy award.

LJ Hooker accept their digital strategy award.

Cathy Bimrose accepts the chamber choice award for WiZZamakidZ.

Winner of the young business person of the year is Travis McElligott of Start Construction and Hire.

Accepting the winner of the Indigenous Business of the Year is Jelissa Kelland of Jelant Hair Studio

Owners of Engineering Excellence Pty Ltd are congratulated on the way to the stage to collect their Hall of Fame award.

Tanya Williamson, Jason Marino, Shane and Janine Luck.

Sam and Karen Pye of Mount Isa Isuzu Ute collect their Business of the Year award from EMO Trans’s Ian Ahearn.

Mount Isa Isuzu Ute staff celebrate being named business of the year.

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