AMK Law has been named as a finalist in the My Business Awards for Indigenous Business Leader of the Year.
The My Business Awards is the premier independent awards program celebrating SME business owners and their teams, providing unique opportunities for the winners to showcase their talent and excellence across industries including finance, hospitality, travel and tourism, business leadership, trades, retail and many more.
The finalist list, which was announced on 30th September, features over 227 high-achieving SME owners and professionals across 32 categories.
“Small and medium business owners work exceptionally hard, and do so amid a complex regulatory framework, an uncertain economic outlook and a rapidly changing marketplace, thanks to the pace of technological change,” said My Business editor Adam Zuchetti.
“This year’s My Business Awards finalists are shining examples of how these challenges are being faced head-on by Aussie businesses to deliver outstanding service to their customers, become attractive places to work and be a force for good within their local communities.
“On behalf of the My Business team, I warmly congratulate all of our finalists for 2019 and wish them the best of luck on the night.”
Matthew Karakoulakis, founder of AMK Law, said that he was humbled to be recognised and proud to be a part of such an exclusive network.
AMK Law’s recognition for its excellent contribution to the Indigenous business sector which reinforces the strength of the brand in connecting with the community and engaging with its customers,” he added.
The winners will be announced at a black-tie dinner on Friday, 15 November, at The Star Sydney.
Congratulations to all the other finalists:
Ashley Rayner, GWS Engineering & Construction;
Dixon Patten, Bayila Creative;
Jodie Sizer, PwC’s Indigenous Consulting;
Mitchell Ross, Muru Office Supplies;
Niyoka Bundle, Pawa Catering and Events;
Steve Noy, Biodiversity Australia;
Terri Janke, Terri Janke and Company;
and across all the categories as well.