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Food and Beverage

Massey Online Management

Ultiqa Shearwater Resort

Crema Espresso Sunshine Plaza

Ausure Coast and Country

Mary Valley Views Bed and Breakfast

Ocean Ended Restaurant and Bar

The Saving Centre

Sofitel Noosa Pacific Resort

Myrtle's Pantry


Bli Bli House


Meek HD

Rivershore Resort

The Milk Pantry

Sanitair Sunshine Coast

Oak Hotels and Resorts

Noosa Beach House Peter Kuruvita


Pip's Real Food

Laguna Pest Control

Hello Harry Caloundra

Impact Office Supplies

Sunshine Coast Lightning

Homemade Bliss

Parent to Parent Assoc Qld Inc

Beyond Experiences

Wildflower Restaurant Bar

Nicklin Way Veterinary Surgery



Express Print Mail

Kangaroo Bus Lines

Your Mates Brewing Co

Finn Franchise Brokers

Health and Wellbeing


Festivals, Attractions and Tours

Noosa River and Canal Cruises Sealife Sunshine Coast Deep Love Picnics SunJet Simulations Building and Manufacturing Trayon Campers Signature Roofing and Guttering Drafting Solutions Technology Sunshine Uniforms JAW Global Di Henshall Interior Design Smartline Machinery Creative Industries Felicity Jane Digital Pixler Jessica Vince Photography 4 Ingredients The Art Hub Sunshine Coast Majestic Cinemas and Event Centre Nambour Education and Training

Home Care Assistance Sunshine Coast Westfund Health Insurance Bright Smiles Dentistry Caloundra Bulk Billing Surgery Sunshine Coast Radiology Bromilow Home Support Services Dr Marieta Hovey Dental Suncare Community Services LiveLife Pharmacy Chatter-boxes Speech Pathology Zenko Yoga SickSit Soak Society Fitmum CrossFit Contessa Lush Organic Hair Spa Mindset For Success Jazzercise Nambour Cooroy Professional Services and Agribusiness The Social Deck

Wealthmed Australia GymbaROO Sunshine Coast Retail Source Bulk Foods-Caloundra Jim's Pool Care

Employee of the Year Lyn Colautti – Garland Waddington Daniele Del Mastro – Caloundra Bulk Billing Surgery Regan Jensen – IGA Bli Bli Jodie Ross – Myrtle's Pantry Rohan Driver – HeliMods Kathrin Peck – CQUniversity Noosa Young Entrepreneur Jessica Vince – Jessica Vince Photography Ben Taege – Crema Espresso Sunshine Plaza Cruize Kuss Parker – Drafting Solution Technology Joshua Zach Bennett – Ecotekk Brylee Eather – Hello Harry Caloundra Jonny Wu – Ink Brothers

Kuluin Mufflers

Matt Hepburn – Your Mates Brewing Co

Rent 2 Own Cars Australia

Natalie Thorogood – Soak Society

Aussie Batteries & Solar Ink Brothers

Outstanding Business Person

Kings Removals

Latoya Rodriguez – Deep Love Picnics

Accelerate Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning

Ross Norman – Smartline Machinery

Wunderdogs Doggie Day Care Adore Flowers

Jess Beveridge – The Milk Pantry Faith Drummond – HomeMade Bliss

Swimart Maroochydore

Jonathon Innes – Bright Smiles Dentistry

Social Enterprise

Jacqueline Kiel- LiveLife Pharmacy

OceanZen Bikini

Janelle Parsons – Meek HD


Nicky Turner – Laguna Pest Control

STEPS Charity

Angela Mansey – Kuluin Mufflers


Derek Street – Swimart Maroochydore

Hive Haven


Stuart Coward – STEPS Group Australia

Organisational Change

ENTAG Communications

Adrian Madjeric – Elypsys

CQUniversity Noosa

and Development


Will Shrapnel – HeliMods

Kawana Waters State College

Lizzie henebery Consulting


STEPS Group Australia

Shielded Insurance Brokers

Time Out Internet

Kendall Morton – Home Care Assistance Sunshine Coast

Tensegrity Training The Ipad Man



Welcome to the 2017 Sunshine Coast Business Awards The Sunshine Coast business community will again celebrate our region’s outstanding business performers on Saturday, November 18, at the 23rd annual Sunshine Coast Business Awards.

owners put in to their operations and their people every day.

This year’s awards have seen a record number of nominations step forward or be put forward for recognition of their leadership, innovation, customer service and exemplary teamwork. It is inspiring to see so many businesses across so many industries willing to openly share their experience and their journeys with others and take part in the Sunshine Coast’s most rewarding benchmarking process. I take great pride and pleasure with my involvement in the awards and I find it extremely motivating to meet so many business owners and teams who are taking their performance to new levels - regionally, nationally and globally. The Sunshine Coast Business Awards acknowledge and reward their important contribution to our regional economy and the hard work that business

The awards showcase innovation, entrepreneurship and the commitment of our business community to growth, development and peak performance. This year’s awards attracted a very high standard of business and individual entries, reinforcing our belief that the Sunshine Coast is a hub for clever, creative business and we are likely only seeing the very tip of the iceberg! Each year presents a tough challenge for our judges who generously give their time and expertise to select winners from all of these high-quality entrants. On behalf of our organisation, and on behalf of every business that took part in the 2017 Sunshine Coast Business Awards, I’d like to sincerely thank every panelist for your contribution to ensuring that the awards are a memorable learning experience for everyone. I would also like to acknowledge our many sponsors who are integral to the longevity of

Congratulations to our inductees into the Hall of Fame

the awards. Without your support, our leading businesses would not receive the recognition that they deserve. It takes great leadership to give back by sponsoring other businesses striving for success. Finally, I congratulate each nominee, finalist and winner for their hard work and commitment and the significant contribution that you all make to creating a bright future for the Sunshine Coast. We thank you for embracing the spirit of these awards and applaud you on your efforts! The upcoming awards gala dinner is recognised as one of the Coast’s biggest business events and this year will be yet another sensational celebration of excellence across our region from Caloundra to Noosa. I invite everyone to join us in toasting the very best of our brilliant business community. Best wishes

Jennifer Swaine Chair – Sunshine Coast Business Awards

Starting and operating your own business is no small feat. Whether it’s big business or small, to successfully enter a new market and build a client base is a lot of hard work. The work never ends too, once it’s up and going, owners are constantly on the run not only making customers happy while maintaining a workforce but looking for new opportunities to expand.

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All this effort usually goes unrecognised. Some owners are too humble, shy or just happy to plug along on their own accord. But, I believe it’s important to throw your hat in the ring and put yourself out there to gain some form of acknowledgement.

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The Sunshine Coast business community is a vibrant one and it’s vital owners see the worth in their ventures and efforts to service the community.


This is where the Sunshine Coast Business Awards are so vital. Like in previous years, the 2017 program has an exciting mix of awards which represents the way business is conducted in the region. This includes business secctor awards, excellence award ds for key aspects of businesss performance, an overall business of the year and o other individual awards. Regardless of whether a business win ns an award, it’s a fantastic reward just to be considered.

John Farmer

Editor – Sunshine Coast Daily

The Sunshine Coast Business Awards greatly appreciates the following people who have contributed their time, expertise and energy to the 2017 Awards:

We would like to thank and acknowledge TAFE Queensland, The Inbox, Garland Waddington Solicitors and Spark Bureau for allowing us to use their facilities for the presentations by our finalists.

event Management


Maroochydore Chamber of Commerce on behalf of the Chamber Alliance

Ben Allan

William Darby

Kerrie O'Donnell

Stuart Sutherland

Kellie Armstrong

Sally Desch

Robyn Pulman

Marita Thornton

Jennifer Swaine Sunshine Coast Business Awards Chair

Trudi Ashcroft

Ross Hepworth

Leigh Rachow

Tracey Vella

Christine Buschmann

Rakesh Jivan

Tracie Sanim

Bruce Williams

Katherine Cassells

Carlo Marchese

Mark Skinner

Samantha Williams

Kevan Dacey

Brendan Neil

Andrew Squires

Tracey Schultz and Jenny Butler Event Managers

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the sunshine coast business awards launch party

held at Lilly's on the Lagoon, Novotel twin Waters Photos: Warren Lynam/Sunshine Coast Daily

Les and Leanne Fleet.

Lara Roberts and Mark Salmon.



Vicki Gray, Caroline Campbell, Jennifer Swaine and Angela Harrison-Miles.

Grant Ferry and Brendan Bathersby.

the sunshine coast business awards launch party

Tania Cherry and Tricia Keyte.

Michael Shadforth, Cr. Stephen Robinson and Darrell Edwards.

Andrew Frost, David Andrews and Steve Jorgensen.

John T. Morley and Julie Flanagan.

Dani Royall-West and Beau Rheinburger.

Kris McCue and Trudi Ashcroft.

Mervat Quirke and Kelli Beardsmore.

Anthony Dow and Cr. Frank Wilkie.

Nicky Moffat and John Farmer.



bright smiles dentistry Bright Smiles Dentistry was established in 2013 opening in the heart of Brightwater. Since then, this locally owned and managed dental business has expanded its services with a second dental practice recently opening in Currimmundi. The growth of Bright Smiles Dentistry comes down to the team remaining true to their philosophy of putting patient care first. Patient demand and service needs have also led to the provision of specialist dental services in the area of prosthodontics through the launch of a dental specialist practice, Sunshine Coast Prosthodontics. Dr Mitch Innes and his team of specialist and general dentists have established a reputation of putting quality patient care first and are focused on long term positive outcomes for all patients. Experienced dentists, Dr Simon and Dr Alex, focus on general dentistry with special interests and training in the areas of

children’s dentistry, orthodontics (Invisalign and braces), restorative dentistry and preventative oral care. Each Sunshine Coast dental surgery of Bright Smiles Dentistry also have award level and highly qualified dental specialist services in the areas of dental ceramics (dental crowns and porcelain veneers), dental implants and dental and facial prosthetics. Specialist Prosthodontists, Dr Mitch and Dr Arash, have advanced university specialist degree backgrounds providing an expert understanding of dentistry. They both have doctorates in dental materials science (dental ceramics) and are highly trained to assist patients with dental issues ranging from dental fillings through to full mouth reconstructions and facial prosthetics through to the repairing of facial defects which have resulted from trauma or pathology such as cancer. Dr Mitch and Dr Arash have a strong passion for providing quality dental care for each and

Affordable Implant options for Single tooth replacement, implant retained dentures and Fixed full arch dental bridges.

every patient. Both dental specialists lecture nationally on dental ceramics and dental implants. Dr Innes lectures and presents internationally on these dental services and has recently returned from sharing his research and skills with dental specialists in New Zealand and in the United States. The Bright Smiles Dentistry clinics are designed with patient and staff needs as the priority. An inviting, calm environment of mutual respect enables patients to be personally assisted with their individual dental goals and needs. Clinic days are purposely planned to provide the necessary time to fully understand patient requirements and to provide care in a relaxed manner. The practice manager and dental support staff also ensure each patient is cared for. This starts from the first phone call, continues through the effective sterilisation of

Dr Mitchell Innes


Bright Smiles Dentistry welcomes new patients on referral from existing patients or through their general dentist for specialist services. For those who are looking for dentists with a high level of expertise in delivering quality dental care for all ages please contact Hayley or Sue on 5408 0290 for further information about the patient care focus and services that are provided. The Bright Smiles team would love to meet you!


• Fillings & Restorations • Crowns / Bridges • Veneers • Dental Implants • Cosmetic Dentistry • Removable & Fixed Dentures • Facial Prosthetics

Dr Arash Oveissian

Specialist Prosthodontist DDS(HONS) D ClinDent (PR ROS)



Suite 10B, 69-79 Attenuata Drive, Mountain Creek, QLD, 4557 Phone: 07 5408 0290

Shop 1, 768 Nicklin Way, Currimundi, QLD, 4551 Phone: 07 54 919 177


Bright Smiles Dentistry’s dental practices use the latest and most widely tested materials, only work with proven and reputable companies who manufacture the finest dental materials, dental implants and laboratory fabricated restorations. The value in the dentistry provided is not only receiving treatment with care but also in achieving long term success from the dental treatments provided.


• General Dentistry • Dental Hygiene • Children’s Dentistry • Braces and Invisalign • Root Canal Therapy • Dental Extractions

Owner / Specialist Prosthodontist & Principal Dentist BSc(BioMedSci) BDSc(HONS) D Clin Dent (PROS)

instruments, the high standards of the clinic and the appointment process to the dental treatment that patients elect to receive.

Dr Simon Campbell p General Dentist

Dr Alex Timms

General Dentist


If you’ve reached the point where you don’t know what to do with your dog or you want to ensure you don’t get there in the first place, start your dog on a ‘Wunderful journey’. Wunderdogs offers a range of services stemming from day care to socialisation, behavioural training, behaviour assessments, nail clipping and bathing, tailored birthday party packages and even taxi commutes to and from the day care. There is also a designer boutique suppling collars, leads and dog toys exclusive to Wunderdogs. Like a school or children’s day care, Wunderdogs Doggie Daycare is modelled on the same format. Your dog will start their day by finding friends in the morning, settling into the day, lunch

Parent to Parent is a collaborative not-for-profit organisation offering support and guidance for people with a disability, their families and the community since 1998. Parent to Parent work alongside parents to navigate the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and offer information sessions. Furthermore, they provide personalised sessions prior to peoples NDIS planning meetings for a minimal fee.

Another incredibly fulfilling and rewarding process at Wunderdogs is turning troubled dogs around. This gives the team at Wunderdogs an opportunity to change the lives not only of the dog, but the family as a whole, often giving families their lives back. Wunderdogs will strengthen the bond between you and your dog, creating a mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship. Wunderdogs intrinsically put dogs and customers first. Starting your dog on a ‘Wunderful’ journey gives you the opportunity to help them put their best foot forward in life. Your dog will love you for it.

The majority of the board and many of the personnel are parents of a person with a disability or have vast experience in the disability and community sectors, so their foundations are built on personal experience and understanding. They are passionate about people with a disability being seen as valued contributing citizens in their community and support, encourage and empower them to live the life they choose.

coordination, budgeting assistance for various funding pools, planning for the future and linking to services. This is particularly important during life transitions such as leaving school or moving into their own housing. Parent to Parent are currently investigating social enterprise opportunities and housing options on the Sunshine Coast and are the Queensland representative for Inclusion Australia on a National project. Contact Parent to Parent on 1800 777 723 to learn more.

As the Sunshine Coast's only truly independent host provider, Parent to Parent have expanded to Brisbane, Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Maryborough and Gladstone. They provide advice as well as support

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Wunderdogs Doggie Daycare is a custom-built, indoor/outdoor, free-range doggie day care facility.

time, then afternoon playtimes coupled with training sessions (either one-on-one or group training) and all good manners are rewarded with Wunderdogs own tasty lamb liver treats.


Good behaviour starts at Wunderdogs.

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cquniversity outcomes,” Ms Duguid said. “To ensure CQUni connects with its communities and provides the best learning outcomes for its students, the University has set up Regional Engagement Committees. “The role of the REC is to raise the profile of CQUniversity across the region and to increase student numbers and opportunities to engage with the community.” Teressa Schmidt – Associate Vice Chancellor (Sunshine Coast Region) CQUniversity Australia.

NOOSA’S BOUTIQUE STYLE OF EDUCATION TRULY UNIQUE ON THE SUNSHINE COAST CQUniversity Noosa’s quality, flexible and boutique style of education is providing something truly unique on the Sunshine Coast, according to Associate Vice Chancellor (Sunshine Coast Region) Teressa Schmidt. The campus at 90 Goodchap Street offers on-campus programs across Digital Media, Education, Nursing, and Creative and Professional Practice, as well as support for locally-based distance students across a wide range of other degrees. Ms Schmidt said it’s interesting that, outside Nursing, STEPS preparatory courses and Education, the next largest cohorts of Noosa students are studying Law and Psychology. “We have had the recent addition of VET programs to our scope, such as the Certificate III in Individual Support (Aged Care) and the Diploma of Nursing, providing comprehensive and flexible pathways for nursing students from certificate right through to postgraduate continuing education, including Midwifery and Mental Health Nursing,” Ms Schmidt said.

Ms Duguid said Sunshine Coast residents should be proud that CQUniversity has been chosen by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings as one of the top 2 percent of universities worldwide, and as one of the World’s Top 100 Young Universities (under 50 years old). “Our Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) results, managed by the Australian Research Council, show CQUniversity has world-class research in 14 different categories and the Uni has earned $60 million in competitive research income since 2009,” Ms Duguid said. “The University is delivering over 300 education and training offerings, from short courses and certificates, through to undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. “The Federal Government’s own quality indicators show that CQUniversity’s graduate employment rate is 80.6 percent compared with the national average of 69.5 percent. Our median salary is $60,000 compared with the national average of $56,000.” Noosa Shire Council has nominated CQUniversity Noosa for the 2017 Sunshine Coast Business Awards to be announced on November 18. Campus administrator Kathrin Peck has also been nominated as employee of the year for her contribution to student success and campus community engagement.

Kathrin Peck – CQUniversity Senior Campus Administrator.

Courses available on campus at CQUniversity Noosa include: •

Creative industries

Digital media




Research higher degrees

Skills for Tertiary Education Preparatory Studies (STEPS).

Top five reasons to study with CQUniversity Australia: 1.

Industry relevance




Accessibility and support


Practical learning experiences


Seamless pathways

“The Bachelor of Music (Contemporary) will be offered on Noosa Campus from first term in 2018 for the first time. “We are continuing to provide quality education in Education and Creative Industries, as well as providing excellent support and facilities for CQUniversity distance students across the Sunshine Coast region and also pride ourselves on being a family friendly campus with many of our students juggling parenthood, work and study. “We love seeing children come to uni with their parents and we are committed to providing a flexible and supportive environment for every student to succeed and thrive.” Chair of the CQUniversity Sunshine Coast Regional Engagement Committee, Nicole Duguid said CQUniversity has experienced phenomenal growth across Australia, and the Noosa Campus is well placed to follow that trend. “CQUni is committed to engaging with students, industry and the community to provide a boutique learning experience with practical and innovative learning 8


SC Engagement Committee - CQUnviersity Sunshine Coast Regional Engagement Committee members (from left to right): James Picton, Unit Coordinator and Lecturer, CQUniversity, Noosa; Nicole Duguid, Director – Principal Consultant, Panorama Consulting Services, Regional Engagement Committee Chair; Teressa Schmidt, Head of Campus, CQUniversity, Noosa; Brett de Chastell, Chief Executive Officer, Noosa Shire Council; Jude Emmer, Chief Executive Officer, Noosa Ramsay Hospital; Dr John Martin, Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University.

A UNI THAT KNOWS EXCELLENCE CQUniversity Alumni, Elliot McPherson At CQUniversity, we know that being an active part of a thriving community is the key to success. We are proud that CQUniversity Noosa has been nominated as a finalist in the 2017 Sunshine Coast Business Awards alongside some of the best businesses in the Sunshine Coast in the below categories.

Education and Training Provider of the Year – Excellence Award » Leadership » Collaboration » Customer Service and Engagement.

Employee of the Year – Kathrin Peck, Senior Campus Administrator Congratulations to all finalists in the 2017 Sunshine Coast Business Awards.

JOIN THE CQUNIVERSITY COMMUNITY Whether you’re looking to start your career, make a career change or match your experience with formal qualifications, CQUniversity can help you achieve your goals. At CQUni we value what’s important to you. Looking for a wide range of courses? Want the choice to study where and how you like? Perhaps you value having smaller class sizes, expert teachers, or access to support and facilities. Maybe it’s the confidence of knowing you’ve chosen a world-class education from a uni ranked in the top two per cent of unis worldwide*. CQUniversity offers all of this and more, because we’re focused on helping you be what you want to be. Whether you’re interested in a TAFE certificate or diploma, or an undergraduate, postgraduate or research higher degree – on campus or online, full or part time – we’ve got you covered.

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drafting solution technology Drafting Solution Technology (DST) in conjunction with industry partner, Archolo, have joined forces to revolutionise the residential building sector. They can turn your house plans into a stunning photorealistic model which you can walk around on a PC, laptop or even in virtual reality. Virtual reality is an in-built option for every visual produced which gives you a realistic sense of immersion. Where virtual reality is not desired, the visual is a powerful tool which allows you to clearly see, understand and playtest the modelled areas. The visual allows clients to change materials on almost any surface, try different light fixtures and adjust furnishings to be sure of your material selections and interior design scheme. Save money by understanding every aspect of



your plans and be making all changes before construction begins. Cruize Parker and Jonno Ament are directors of DST and Archolo respectively, both having been students of architecture in Brisbane. Cruize decided to go into the commercial services industry doing mechanical, electrical, fire, hydraulic and gas drafting for projects around the country and abroad. Years later, after Cruize founded DST, the duo started working together to bring about a change to the building industry with the use of virtual reality. Both Jonno and Cruize have been active in Queensland's video game developing community, where they have formed the Brisbane Unreal Engine Meetup which is officially sponsored by Epic Games of North Carolina. While DST and Archolo use cutting edge gaming technology to deliver solutions for the

commercial and architectural industries, the software is heavily based in the video game developing industry. The meetup aims to assist any person interested in developing apps or games with Unreal Engine. Currently the partnership is modelling a variety of residential homes and commercial projects across Queensland and New South Wales, and further developing their services to cater for other industries wishing to utilise gaming technology to bring products to life. For the ultimate visualisation experience, see how DST can help you. From the client to site, DST and its partners are creating less waste, minimising time delays and ensuring clients are confident knowing they will get what they ask for well before work even starts on site.

Cruize Kuss Parker.

Bromilow Home Support Services Bromilow Home Support Services is a leading community care provider of services for aged and disabled people on the Sunshine Coast. From humble beginnings working from a home office in Buderim, Bromilow now employs 100 staff including care workers, registered nurses, cleaners, gardeners, dementia champions and administration staff. The organisation delivers a broad range of in-home support options for the elderly and younger people with disabilities, assisting them to maintain their independence and remain living in their own homes.

Over the past 25 years, Bromilow has developed a reputation as a provider of choice. Their excellent reputation is based on quality services and an open and transparent relationship with clients that offers personalised attention and good old fashioned customer service.

customer service has enabled Bromilow to successfully enter its 25th year as a community care provider, proudly assisting the Sunshine Coast community.

“It has been a privilege to assist the older and younger disabled population on the Sunshine Coast for the past quarter century,” Paul said. “Bromilow has enjoyed a wonderful journey – but there is still much more to come.”

“The most enjoyable aspect of my role is visiting clients in their homes. Sitting one-onone and just talking with them; listening to their stories, hearing about their fascinating lives, playing with their pets, and sharing a cuppa,” Paul said.

“We raised a few eyebrows back in the day as a new kid on the block,” Paul recalls.

“One of my most memorable clients was Eric, an elderly bushman who had lived in Tewantin for many years. Eric lived in an old timber home, surrounded by his many beloved cats and a python in the ceiling.”

“We didn’t come from a nursing or clinical background. However, we came to the industry with one major asset that has continued to serve us very well – a clear client focus.”

With government initiated aged care reforms, the industry is becoming more market driven and highly competitive. Consumers now have more choice than ever and we can support our clients in new and innovative ways.

CEO Paul Hawting has been with the organisation every step of the way.

A clear client focus and good old-fashioned

Paul Hawting.



home care assistance Home Care Assistance is thrilled to be a finalist in the Sunshine Coast Business Awards, with director Kendall a finalist in the Outstanding Business Person of the Year category as well. They would like to thank all of their amazing clients and families, and in particular acknowledge the amazing group of carers that do their jobs so well, making the business truly special. Home Care Assistance provides in-home support for people aged over 65 or with a disability. They pride themselves on being on the forefront of industry reform, by offering clients choice and control over their services and delivering a high quality, personalised service with lower fees. You can call Home Care Assistance any time of day or night. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, there will be a friendly voice to answer your query and support you needs. A big focus of service delivery is consistent carers so you know who is coming and they

get to know your routines and wishes. Home Care Assistance has very high rates of client satisfaction. One client recently said: “With our old provider I was banned from being present at the services. I felt sick ringing them because of the way they treated me. Since March when we changed to HCA, we are stress free and so happy. The quality of life has returned for both of us and we want to tell the world.”

recently, a music and memory program. The results are amazing and just add to the quality care and amazing caregivers they have.

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Home Care Assistance has moved away from the traditional way of delivering home care services that is very task based, to a more holistic model where social connections, brain health, nutrition and personal happiness are focuses of care planning. Home care is very much about supporting you to have quality of life and achieve the things you want, not about someone coming in and taking over. Home Care Assistance also offers specialist programs in Cognitive Therapeutics to keep the brain strong and healthy, and more

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… and proud to be a finalist in the 2017 Excellence in Business Awards

sunshine coast radiology Breast Diagnostic Specialists is the prodigy of Sunshine Coast Radiology, which is in its 10th year of providing high quality breast care in the region. Breast Diagnostic Specialists is a new breast specialist centre on the Sunshine Coast, committed to providing trusted breast care for women in a welcoming environment. The dedicated team of healthcare professionals strive to provide the highest quality breast imaging and diagnostic services, in recognition that early detection is the key to saving lives. So, why choose Breast Diagnostic Specialists to look after your breast health? Firstly, Breast Diagnostic Specialists provide a tailored and holistic approach to breast health care. Secondly, they also provide double readings of mammography, independently by two of their specialists to improve sensitivity and accuracy. Thirdly, they offer consultation on the day with an on-site specialist giving you peace of mind. 3D Mammography (Breast Tomosynthesis) is

an innovative and effective technology used by Breast Diagnostic Specialists. During a mammogram, the Tomosynthesis machine sweeps in a small arc above the breast. This produces images in layers as thin as one millimetre. Breast Diagnostic Specialists can now view your breast images one layer at a time, like turning the pages of a book. Breast Diagnostic Specialists also offer comprehensive services including breast screening and diagnostic mammography, biopsy and breast MRI. 3D mammography (Tomosynthesis) exams on the Selenia® Dimensions® 3D system by Hologic are also offered. Procedures including core biopsies, hookwire localisations, cyst aspirations, fine needle aspirations and stereotactic biopsies are provided by Breast Diagnostic Specialists. Breast Diagnostics Specialists are dedicated to providing trusted breast care. They recommend having regular screening mammograms, as early detection is the best defence against breast cancer. Screening mammograms are used when you have

no symptoms as a proactive approach to breast health and are available locally in their practices on the Sunshine Coast.

AgE gUIDE FOR YOUR BREAST SCREENINg 50-74 If you are aged 50 to 74 years you are encouraged to have a screening mammogram every two years. Breast Diagnostic Specialists utilise Digital Breast Tomosynthesis (3D Mammography) for screening mammograms. By providing 3D Mammography, Breast Diagnostic Specialists offers women on the Sunshine Coast access to an innovative and effective breast imaging technology. They also use 3D Mammography for Diagnostic Mammograms (where there are symptoms).

under 40 Screening mammograms are often less reliable for women under 40 years of age as the density of breast tissue in younger women makes it more difficult to detect cancers on mammograms. However, you are encouraged to know your breasts. As part of your daily routine, establish what is your ‘normal’ when it comes to look and feel. Please seek health advice if you notice any changes.

40 to 49 Talk to your GP to establish if a mammogram is right for you. Continue to know your breasts and determine what is your ‘normal’. Don’t hesitate to seek health advice if you notice any changes.

Sunshine Coast Radiology’s values are deeply embedded in the business and staff and are what diffeerentiaate us u from o competitors. The entire purpose of the business is to improve patient health through quality diagnostics. Be Compassionate We are committed to providing excellence in diagnostics and we care for our patients above all else.

Be Responsible We value integrity, crredib bilityy and d enccou urage the growth and development of our p people.

Be Dedicated We deliver excellence through our passion and determination to deliver superior diagnostic services to improve patient health outcomes.

Be Innovative We embrace challengess ass we ell as ccontiinuo ous improvement and change.

“Imaging Queensland is focused on achieving and maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety. The co com mpany operat ates a managem ma ementt system that is accredited under AS/NZS ISO 9001: 2015 and is certified with the National Safety and Quality Health Ser Services Standa S dards.”

Excellence in Diagnostics ¦ SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESS AWARDS 2017


Organisational Change and Development Building a high-performance business – Invest in opportunities An interview by Michelle Kelly The process of a business change can be very complex and arduous. I am fascinated by how it works, so I thought I would ask the Coast’s number one specialist in this area, Dr Brenda Jamnik, or as her clients fondly call her, Dr B. Across her 24 years in working in the field, Dr B said there are two major stumbling blocks stifling the successful achievement of a highperformance business. Firstly, the leaders and managers know what their problems are and seek to implement what they believe are the solutions. Investing in these solutions they realise that they did not get the outcomes they thought they would and then wonder why. Secondly, the recruitment processes although robust are often aligned with a need to fill a position urgently, or promote a person because they are liked and often a good worker. Both of these approaches are flawed.

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“The people in the business know what is not being achieved, however they often look at the immediate reason of what they think the problem is, and focus on what is the immediate visible contributor without understanding the full root cause, which is like putting on a band aid.” Dr B said. The solution she tells me is, “To invest in a competent person who can assess the root cause through a systematic approach to align the people and systems with the product. Then put the right person in the right role at the right time.” It is the only way to have a solid foundation on which to build a high-performance organisation.”

From those tender moments with your newborn to fun and laughter as your children grow and all of life’s celebrations in between, Jessica Vince Photography captures the moments of today that will melt your heart tomorrow. Based on the Sunshine Coast, Jessica Vince Photography specialises in maternity, newborn and family photos. Jessica always wanted to be a photographer but kept putting it off as it is a very challenging industry to break into. However, a hobby and pure passion for photography soon developed into a thriving business.

process and everything that goes into taking that one amazing picture. This includes the people that I get to meet, all the cuddles with every new baby and then the look on peoples faces when they see what you have created. “It is this creative side of editing the photos and the overall vision of what I see through the lens of a camera that I love the most. “I am very artistic and visual in all that I do that is what drives me.”

The idea of Jessica Vince Photography started when Jessica commenced her Diploma in Photography whilst pregnant with her first child Blake.

Dr B left me with something to ponder on; “Achieving a high-performance business is an opportunity; ensure it is an opportunity investment not an opportunity cost as all of the best journeys are achieved crossing a challenging and rocky path and this takes planning, understanding and importantly investment in both time and money.”

She soon fell pregnant again, with the arrival of her daughter Ellie 11 months later. “I practiced taking photos of my children and family and my business started out as a hobby,” Jessica said. “After a while, I fell in love with the whole

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Are you frustrated that you are not achieving your team goals and business performance? Are you trying to build a high performance team while struggling to do your own work and have time for your family?

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aussie batteries and solar Local camping & battery store has a sunny outlook this summer Local Businessman Nathan Gathercole knows how to camp in style Will you be camping this summer? If so, you need a reliable and efficient solar setup that will work remotely by harnessing the power of the sun. The best way to guarantee this is to talk to the experts at Aussie Batteries and Solar based in Warana. Using solar power while camping and touring off-road can seem like a mystery, but creating a reliable power system that fits your needs is easier than you may think. Nathan Gathercole owner of Aussie Batteries and Solar said, “A self-sufficient solar setup requires camping solar panels for compactness and portability, a solar regulator, a deep-cycle auxiliary battery and an inverter if you’re planning to charge any 240v appliances such as your laptop or television.” Nathan said solar power is a clean form of

energy that’s natural, renewable and best of all free. The benefits of using an adequate portable solar system are undeniable, as they allow you to travel to unpowered and remote locations without sacrificing items like fridges, LED camping lights, mobile devices and more. Meanwhile, camping in these places will mean you can avoid paying heftier fees for powered sites and truly enjoy the beauty of some of the most remote parts of Australia. Nathan is a Sunshine Coast local with a passion for solar. He grew up in Bokarina enjoying regular fishing and camping trips with his family and friends, and it was this appetite for the great outdoors that sparked his passion for creating a ‘one-stop camping power shop.’

reputation because of a constant pursuit of excellence in the field of renewable energy. Backed by a team of experts and customer testimonials that speak of the quality of both products and service, Aussie Batteries and Solar has grown to become a market leader in Australia and this has seen them nominated as a finalist for the 2017 Sunshine Coast Business Awards. Nathan said he is proud of his team and how Aussie Batteries and Solar have been selected and recognised in the distinguished

group of nominated businesses for this year’s business awards. Aussie Batteries have demonstrated an ability to manage and sustain large retail growth whilst staying true to the core goal of providing customers with ‘expert knowledge and great products’. Nathan also explained in celebration of the company’s nomination, they are running some great sales on their website meaning Sunshine Coast Daily readers can indeed look forward to a sunny outlook for their summer camping adventures.

From humble beginnings, Nathan has grown his company, Aussie Batteries and Solar into one of Australia’s largest suppliers of power systems for camping and caravanning. The company was initially born from Nathan’s passion for the solar industry, camping and the outdoors and has steadily built a national



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As a recognised industry leader in guest Wi-Fi and internet management systems, Time Out Internet can provide your hotel, motel, resort or business with unparalleled customer service, hardware, management system and support. Director of Time Out Internet Judy Senn understands Wi-Fi is touted as the number one amenity requested by guests but it can also be the number one complaint if you don’t have excellent connectivity. “We move with the times and we’re always researching, developing and testing new features and functions which we roll out to our customers ensuring we stay at the forefront of guest Wi-Fi technology,” Judy said. Time Out Internet’s system is easy to implement and manage and they offer 7-day support to their customers and guests. “We cut through all the jargon; talking and explaining to you the options you have, in language you will understand,” Judy said.

Kings Removals is honoured to be nominated by their customers for the Sunshine Coast Business Awards. They are a locally owned and operated family business and have been operating on the Sunshine Coast for over 3-and-a-half years with over a decade of experience in the removal industry. Judy Senn.

“Our system delivers NBN speeds to guests and allows for streaming of data, SmartTV and casting device connectivity so guests can bring their own content and watch it in their unit or room.” Established in 2011 and based in Noosa Heads, Time Out Internet now have 92 accommodation providers and businesses in the Sunshine Coast region using their guest Wi-Fi and system internet management as well as 165 around Australia from an aboriginal community in the Kimberly to locations on Cradle Mountain and Norfolk Island.

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The business is built on customer satisfaction through the provision of an exceptional range of services to meet the needs of each individual client. Kings Removals offer services from pick-up or drop off to pre-packing or unpacking and everything in between. They operate across the entire east coast of Australia making Kings Removal an ideal choice for a safe and stressfree move.

The team at Kings Removals understand moving can be traumatic and some clients have had bad experiences in the past, so their goal is to ensure each move is undertaken with respect and professionalism, ensuring a sense of ease and allowing all customers to pursue the next chapter of their life. The Kings Removals team will be there to guide clients, provide advice and answer questions every step of the way. If you want to experience true family service on your next move, you simply can’t go past the team at Kings Removals.

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The Source Bulk Foods stock over 350 products with about 40 per cent of them organic. Their range of pantry staples are dried fruit, muesli, raw local honey, herbs and spices, oils, tahini, different types of flours (including gluten free), superfoods, organic teas, confectionary as well as cleaning and personal care products without the nasties. Some of the favourites include Medjool dates, almond butter and organic maple syrup. On the best-seller list are vegie chips, paleo energy balls, dried Australian mango cheeks and raw local honey. If you are looking for a welcoming smile, quality food, great prices and some good old fashioned friendly customer service then go straight to The Source.


When you buy in bulk you can scoop out exactly how much you need so there is no food waste. If a recipe requires 250 grams of quinoa, you can measure and buy exactly that rather than buying a kilo bag that may gather dust in your kitchen cupboard. Being able to buy in bulk also gives you the versatility to try

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cfo one CFO One was born out of the belief that growing small and medium businesses are often underserviced in the area of financial management. Two years since launching, the Directors of CFO One, Michael McManus and Tamara Cross, reflect on the successes and challenges in starting what is a relatively new model on the Sunshine Coast. “When we started back in 2015, we were the only firm on the Sunshine Coast exclusively offering Outsourced CFO and management accounting services,” Michael said. “It was very much a case of testing demand in the market for these services, which are typically the domain of larger businesses.” Two years on, and now with a team of five accountants, the team at CFO One are working with a diverse range of successful Sunshine Coast businesses, while looking to add more like-minded businesses to their portfolio of clients. “Outsourcing and shared service centres are becoming widely used to increase cost efficiency without some of the risks or

chatter-boxes expertise required of performing the function in house,” Tamara said. A key part of CFO One’s model is working as part of their clients’ team focusing on financial reporting, operations, systems, and performance. The decision to bring on a CFO or internal accountant is a significant and sometimes daunting step for a business. Outsourcing this role to a team of proven operators with real life commercial experience, is now a real option for Sunshine Coast businesses. The CFO One team steps into the gap between bookkeepers, external accountants and management to bring leading principles to your organisation. “Our process involves gaining a firsthand understanding of our clients’ business at the operational level to ensure our advice is relevant and actionable,” Tamara said. “To facilitate this, we seek to work on site at our clients’ premises wherever possible or find technology based alternatives which enable close engagement between our CFOs and clients.”

Did you know 1 in 7 Australians experience difficulty communicating at some time in their lives? When that communication difficulty occurs in childhood, the impact can be significant and affect their whole life. Being able to communicate well forms the foundation for developing relationships, making friends, learning, problem solving, reading and writing. Chatter-boxes Speech Pathology Services was established on the Sunshine Coast in 2002 and has provided high quality, evidence based care for hundreds of children and their families in that time. Often when parents ring to book their child in for an appointment they say, “My child is shy and I’m not sure you’ll get much out of them,” but with therapy sessions designed individually for each child and provided in a fun, childfriendly setting, most parents find getting their child to talk isn’t the biggest problem they have to deal with – it’s getting their child to go home! Chatter-boxes pride themselves not only on the services they provide, but on the experience

the whole family receives. ‘George’ the resident coffee machine is in the waiting area for parents to use, along with free Wi-Fi and a range of magazines, books and toys for all to enjoy. Chatter-boxes is positioned to support families in the roll over into NDIS and is hosting free pre-planning information coffee sessions for families who want more information until the end of the year. The team also provides Kindy screenings and educational talks, corporate presentations and community talks on communication development, autism, play and fussy eating. Director Kylie Martin, contributes to the on-line magazine Source Kids and has written her book called Chatter-time, which is very popular in parenting circles. For more information about their services, to book an NDIS chat or to book a corporate presentation call the Chatter-boxes office on 5444 2451 or visit and Facebook @chatterboxesspeechpathology

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care with particular skills in rehabilitation, postural alignment and movement reeducation for people who have sustained injuries or had ongoing postural issues throughout their lives. They even have Pilates in the pool, an exceptional workout in their heated mineral pool overlooking the treetops. Come and try one of their sessions to see what Tensegrity Training’s award-winning movement education is all about! If you are already in the health and wellness industry and considering taking on new skills in 2018 or looking for a career change, visit for all the details about instructor training and accredited short courses.

The Sunshine Coast training centre is at Kiels Mountain and is also a fully operational Pilates fitness and wellness centre for clients and students alike. They offer a wide range of group and individual sessions throughout the week for people of all ages and abilities. Tensegrity Training specialise in back and neck

She launched her first Certified Green Salon called Lush Organic Hair and Spa on the Sunshine Coast in 2015 and her second called Penny Black Organic in Manly, Sydney in May 2017. Beginning her hairdressing career at the age of 16, Nanette’s commitment to the industry led her to open her own salon at the age of 21. By 30, she had developed an autoimmune disease, and thereafter breast cancer. In learning about her disease, Nanette began to question what she was constantly exposed to and whether the chemicals in her everyday working environment had contributed to her condition.

So, she embarked on an international quest with a mission of finding a solution to provide a cleaner, healthier and more positive alternative. “I collaborated with the world leaders of environmental workplaces and conducted extensive research,” she said. “The very nature and time essence of my personal and professional journey is the tapestry and personality of business. It reflects the value of how I live my everyday life, through my commitment to health, others and environment.” Nanette said the Certified Green Salon is all about wellbeing for the clients, team members and environment. Nanette Barter.

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accelerate auto electrics and air conditioning Have you been driving around with no airconditioning for the past few months? Summer is near and there is nothing worse than being stuck in a stinking hot car to get from A to B. Rest assured the licensed car air-conditioning technicians of Accelerate Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning can ďŹ x any problem with your cars air-conditioning or carry out preventative air conditioning services. In fact, the professional team of auto electricians can help you with all your car’s electrical needs. If your car won’t start, windows won’t go up, or perhaps you have an unknown light icking on the dash or a driving light is blown altogether, one of the seven trade qualiďŹ ed auto electricians of Accelerate Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning can get you sorted and back on the road. They work on all vehicles from cars, 4wd’s, trucks, buses, caravans, camper trailers and heavy machinery.

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They also have two dedicated mobile technicians that will come to you anywhere on the Sunshine Coast.

Hello Harry Caloundra is an edgy, urban eatery initially inspired by celebrated two-hat chef, Tony Kelly.

From humble beginnings, Accelerate Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning owner, Andrew Janes, ďŹ rst serviced the Sunshine Coast nine years ago working from his van.

Using ďŹ nely crafted cooking techniques and the best local produce, Hello Harry Caloundra focuses on making products in house.

The business has now grown to employ 12 full-time staff members and have the largest auto electrical workshop on the Sunshine Coast. Accelerate Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning also has a large range of 12 volt accessories in store including dual battery systems, electric brake controllers, lights, solar panels, Anderson and trailer plugs and winches. They can install all the gear your 4wd or caravan needs to keep you powered up while off road. If you need any help with your car or advice on setting up your 12 volt system, give the team at Accelerate Auto Electrics & Air Conditioning a call on 1300 227 353 or visit the website

From rolling their own beef to slow cooking their pulled meats, preparing their own jams and sauces or having their buns exclusively made, Hello Harry Caloundra appreciate the importance of getting the little things right. They pride themselves on doing these little things and doing them better than anyone else. Hello Harry Caloundra aims to delight even the toughest burger buff and stand apart from the rest with their point of difference through product, service and quality.

and any occasion – from the young to not so young – Hello Harry Caloundra has the perfect environment to satisfy each individuals ideal dining experience. Being connected with the local community through multiple sponsorships, particularly in junior sports, is an association Hello Harry Caloundra is particularly proud of and has embedded them into the Caloundra landscape. Located directly under Rumba Resort and across from the beautiful Bulcock Beach with ocean views and a funky atmosphere, Hello Harry Caloundra is a must for locals and visitors alike.

Hello Harry Caloundra is all about enjoying a delicious gourmet burger and drink, at a great price, in a relaxed atmosphere, served by the most appreciative, friendly and accommodating staff. Hello Harry Caloundra caters for everyone







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