Brokers, aggregators, lenders and loan administrators are being urged to complete their submission and nominations for the Better Business Awards 2021 ahead of the closing date of Thursday, 21 January.
You can submit a nomination or submission through the Better Business Awards portal, here.
The ninth annual Better Business Awards will return in 2021 as an in-person awards night.
The awards program acknowledges the brokers with the most effective businesses, teams, marketing strategies and integrated offerings – and the loan administrators, lenders and aggregator BDMs that are best servicing brokers’ evolving needs.
The state-based awards program provides a unique opportunity to celebrate the top-performing individuals in the broking industry in Vic/Tas, NSW/ACT, WA, Qld and SA/NT across 21 categories and showcase their hard work in their local market.
As well as recognising the brokers with the best customer service and community engagement programs, the awards also celebrates the leading mentors, business development managers, loan administrators and offices operating in the broking industry, too.
The Better Business Awards will be hosted as an in-person awards in 2021 once again, with a three-course, seated dinner in the following locations:
- Melbourne, 11 March 2021;
- Sydney, 12 March 2021;
- Perth, 18 March 2021;
- Brisbane, 25 March 2021; and
- Adelaide, 26 March 2021.
If you know someone who has been busy beavering away during lockdown and made a difference to their clients in the year 2020, then do make sure you nominate them (or yourself!) for a Better Business Awards 2021 before 21 January 2021.
You can lodge your submission or nomination for a Better Business Award here.
Annie Kane is the editor of The Adviser and Mortgage Business.
As well as writing about the Australian broking industry, the mortgage market, financial regulation, fintechs and the wider lending landscape – Annie is also the host of the Elite Broker and In Focus podcasts and The Adviser Live webcasts.