Mantra Bell City Hotel Ballroom
205-215 Bell Street Preston

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Award Nominees

  • Shiny Embroidery - (City of Darebin Nominee)

    Shiny Embroidery - (City of Darebin Nominee)
    An innovative promotional clothing, workwear and embroidery and printing supplier, Shiny is a leading company for uniforms and decoration in the southern hemisphere. One of the largest employers in the industry, its stellar reputation has been built over 24 years, with an unwavering commitment to exceptional customer service and quality products.

  • ELK (City of Darebin Nominee)

    Established in 2004 Elk is proudly based in Preston, Australia. Winner of the 2017 Telstra Victorian Medium Business Award, Elk has an incredible global reach with products available in over 1,200 independent retailers across 20 different countries. The label designs original, contemporary fashion, accessories, hand crafted leather goods and footwear defined by an aesthetic of stylish simplicity.

  • Stainless Services (City of Whittlesea Nominee)

    Stainless Services (City of Whittlesea Nominee)
    Stainless Services offer end-to-end tailored solutions for all kinds of stainless steel applications predominantly in the food and beverage industry. Think storage and processing tanks, platforms, work areas, railings and guards, trolleys and conveyors, along with the smarts required to draw them all together for streamlined, sustainable and economical practices for manufacturers of tomorrow - that's our speciality.

  • Nationwide Connect (City of Whittlesea Nominee)

    Nationwide Connect (City of Whittlesea Nominee)
    Nationwide Connect (NWC) P/L is a recycling company based in Epping Victoria which undertakes recycling of post consumer PVC from the building, construction and demolition industries. The principal plastic recycled is in the form of rigid PVC pipe. NWC P/L is creating an environment for the recycling of all PVC pipes waste to be eliminated from landfill, allowing the plastic industry to create new PVC products though reuse and assist in reducing our carbon footprint. Waste PVC materials are recovered recycled and returned back into non pressured pipe.

NBAA 5 March 2019

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