The finalists for The Adviser’s state-based Better Business Awards 2021 have been revealed, with 645 finalists in the running for the coveted awards.
The Better Business Awards 2021 recognises the leading players in Australia’s mortgage and finance broking industry.
The eighth annual awards program champions the individuals and businesses from each state and territory within Australia who are leading the way and who best demonstrate effective customer service, strong business strategy and good consumer outcomes.
The Better Business Awards 2021 celebrates the top-performing individuals and offices in the broking industry in NSW/ACT, Victoria/Tasmania, South Australia/Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland.
The full finalist list for the 2021 awards has now been released, featuring 645 high-achieving mortgage professionals across the 19 submission-based categories.
Speaking of the awards, The Adviser’s editor, Annie Kane, commented: “The past year has been an incredibly busy one for mortgage and finance brokers, as they worked around the clock to help support their clients when the pandemic began. Whether it was reaching out to clients to let them know what support was available to them, refinancing them into a better deal, or enabling them to enter the property market for the first time, brokers have been intrinsic to ensuring that Australian borrowers were able to access the finance they needed, when they needed it most.
“The sheer amount of work and effort that was made by those supporting brokers – the aggregators, BDMs, loan administrators and networks – to ensure they were able to deliver to their clients while socially distancing was remarkable, and we are thrilled to be able to recognise the efforts of this industry at our annual awards this year.
“Congratulations to all of the finalists.”
The winners of the Better Business Awards 2021 will be announced at an in-person awards night during the five-state roadshow. The awards will take place in the following locations:
The Better Business Awards follows on from the award-winning event, the Better Business Summit.
Themed “Better Connected”, the Better Business Summit 2021 will deep dive into the key learnings from the past year to ensure we aren’t socially distanced when physically distancing.
Whether it’s connecting with what consumers want from their mortgage experience, forming strong links with referral partners, plugging into the latest technology to bridge the divide when physically distanced, or reconnecting with our own wellness, the Better Business Summit 2021 is a not-to-be-missed event
Given COVID-19 restrictions, the awards and the summit are restricted on numbers so make sure you don’t miss out on the prestigious summit and the Better Business Awards night by securing your tickets soon!
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