Goodwill Projects Sweeps Event Management Category at Business Awards

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Goodwill Projects, the organisation behind popular local markets like the Milton Markets, has been honoured with a prestigious award recognising their excellence in event management. 


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At the 2024 Australian Small Business Champion Awards, Goodwill Projects took home the top prize in the Event Management category.

The Australian Small Business Champion Awards celebrate the vital role that small businesses play in driving the nation’s economy and enriching local communities. 

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With over 2.5 million small businesses operating across Australia, comprising a staggering 95 percent of the country’s economy, these awards showcase the outstanding achievements of the entrepreneurs and companies at the heart of this vibrant sector.

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Mark Power, Event Coordinator at Goodwill Projects, expressed immense pride in receiving this distinguished accolade.

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“We are honoured to be recognised as the winner in the Event Management category at the 2024 Australian Small Business Champion Awards.”

 “This achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and vendors, who consistently strive to deliver exceptional events that leave a lasting impression.”

Since being established in 2006, Goodwill Projects has been at the forefront of organising and hosting some of Brisbane’s most beloved community markets, from electrifying live music festivals to culinary extravaganzas like the Food and Wine Festivals.

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Notable highlights include the beloved Teneriffe Festival, the exhilarating Redcliffe Night Fever, the spooky Redcliffe Festival of Frights, and the mouthwatering Kilcoy BBQ & Beer Street Festival, where visitors can indulge in smoky delights and frosty brews. Their expertise even extends to the delightful Barktoberfest, a celebration of our four-legged companions. 

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These vibrant events have become a staple in the city’s cultural fabric, offering locals and visitors alike a unique opportunity to explore a diverse array of artisanal goods, gourmet delicacies, and live entertainment.

The Milton Markets, in particular, have garnered a loyal following, attracting thousands of visitors every weekend who flock to the bustling stalls to discover handcrafted treasures, savour delectable street food, and soak in the lively atmosphere. The market’s success is a testament to Goodwill Projects’ meticulous planning, seamless execution, and commitment to creating unforgettable experiences for all who attend.


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As Goodwill Projects basks in the glow of this prestigious recognition, they remain steadfast in their mission to continue delivering exceptional events that bring joy, foster community connections, and showcase the very best that Brisbane’s vibrant small business landscape has to offer.

Published 24-April-2024