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Adelaide business advisory and accountancy firm Altitude Advisory has made it through to the South Australian finals of the prestigious Telstra Business Awards for the second year running.
The Norwood business – which has been working with South Australian businesses for more than 25 years – has been shortlisted in the Medium & Making Waves category with the winner being announced at a glittering awards ceremony on July 5th.
Altitude Advisory Partner Andrew Mattner said he and the entire team were excited to once again be on the shortlist.
Andrew said: “It’s testament to the continued hard work and expertise of our team that we’re once again in the running for this prestigious award. South Australia’s business landscape continues to evolve and we’re proud that we get to help so many different businesses in this state day in, day out.
“A quick look at the diverse range of businesses that have made it to the finals gives an indication of how innovative and forward-thinking SA’s economy is and we’re proud to be recognised in that group.
“Getting to the finals two years running is a great achievement and we’re looking to go one step further this year and take home the silverware!”
A total of 21 finalists have been named across the emerging, small, medium and social enterprise categories.
Telstra Group Executive Consumer & Small Business Vicki Brady said: “We are delighted to have received a record 10,000 nominations across the country for the Telstra Business Awards this year, a true testament to the vitality of Australian businesses and the regard in which they are held by their communities across the country.”
Formerly known as Hattam McCarthy Reeves, Altitude Advisory has been helping South Australian businesses to grow for more than 25 years.
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