Perfectly Sorted founder, Alison Broinowski has been named Outstanding Business Leader of the Year at the 2021 Western NSW Business Awards.
The winners were announced in a live-streamed virtual event held on Friday, October 15, 2021.
The award recognises Mrs Broinowski as an inspirational business leader who demonstrates outstanding entrepreneurial spirit, strategic business direction and innovative ideas.
Mrs Broinowski said it was an honour to win the accolade up against other outstanding business leaders in the region.
"Winning this award confirms that what I do as a leader and business owner is working," she said.
"I try to treat people how I would like to be treated and believe that making Perfectly Sorted a great place to work where the team has autonomy, and a work-life balance is at the core of the business's success to date.
"Our people enjoy what they do and work well together, which directly impacts the experience clients we have with us. I want to thank them - they are a particularly exceptional group of people who allow me to be the best I can be."
Mrs Broinowski founded the home organisation, styling and relocation business Perfectly Sorted in 2018.
A long-time Mudgee resident and entrepreneur, she is also the president of Business Mudgee and an active member of the community who is dedicated to helping others in the community.
Prior to launching Perfectly Sorted, Mrs Broinowski worked as a consultant pharmacist and serviced clients in their homes across regional NSW who often didn't have access to the care they needed.
The judges for the Western NSW Business Awards said they were impressed with Mrs Broinowski's experience and involvement as both a business and community leader.
"The judges commented that it was fantastic to see how Ali has overcome and navigated all the recent challenges and highlighted her impressive leadership and community assistance approach," Business NSW regional manager - Western NSW Vicki Seccombe said during the virtual presentation.
Mrs Broinowski goes on to represent the region as finalist at the State Business Awards where winners will be announced at an event in late November.
"It's nice to be recognised at such an early age for the business. There are so many amazing regional businesses, to represent regional and Western NSW is a great honour," Mrs Broinowski said.
"I'm looking forward to meeting nominees from the other regions at the State Business Awards."
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