Franchising Awards recognise business achievement
Franchising has been the common thread that has helped the high achieving small business owners recognised by the Franchise Council of Australia’s 2019 Queensland/Northern Territory Excellence in Franchising Awards to follow their passion and realise their business and personal goals.
2019 QLD/NT Excellence in Franchising Awards Winners
QLD/NT Multi-Unit Franchisee of the Year
Chris McIntyre, ANZ Mobile Lending, Gold Coast Central, Gold Coast North, Loganholme & Ascot
QLD/NT Single Unit Franchisee of the Year, two or more staff
Jason Hand, Wendy Hand & David Begg, InXpress, Narangba
QLD/NT Single Unit Franchisee of the Year, less than two staff
Kate Davidson, EFM, Noosaville
QLD/NT Field Manager of the Year
Tim Spreadborough, Hire A Hubby
QLD/NT Franchisee Community Responsibility and Contribution
Joanne Heidke, Bakers Delight
Congratulating the winners, FCA CEO Mary Aldred said “The outstanding effort by the franchisees who took out the awards, and their contribution as successful small to medium business operators, shows the positive impact franchising can have on employment, the economy and community”.
“The businesses run by these franchise owners are fantastic examples of small to medium businesses achieving in a tough environment and setting the benchmark for franchising in Queensland and the Northern Territory,” said Mary Aldred.
Following their success, the QLD/NT state winners have qualified as finalists for the MYOB FCA National Excellence in Franchising Awards. The Gala Awards Dinner will be the closing event of the 2019 National Franchise Convention on the Gold Coast on Tuesday 22nd October.