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Central Coast Conservatorium of Music is a finalist in the 2023 Central Coast Business Awards.

We are proud to be named as a finalist in the Outstanding Community Organisation category, which recognises organisations that work to improve the social, cultural or environmental wellbeing of the community. 

“It is fantastic for our Con to be recognised by the Central Coast community. I am looking forward to attending the awards night with our President, Claire Braund, and other board members and representing our wonderful community organisation,” said CCCM CEO Dr Lisa Barnes.

Winners across 17 categories will be announced at a black tie gala event at Crown Plaza Terrigal this Friday 6 October. 

Part of the NSW Business Awards, these regional business awards are designed to showcase the best of the best in our region – from startups and small business to large corporations and not-for-profits – and to celebrate the vibrant business community on the Central Coast. 

“These awards are a wonderful opportunity to showcase the ingenuity, strength and resilience of Central Coast NSW businesses,” Business NSW Executive Director Regional NSW and Visitor Economy, Paula Martin, said.

“Whilst we are in a post pandemic environment, business conditions have continued to be tough for Central Coast business and these Awards celebrate each and every business that has persevered.

“It’s time to celebrate our excellence as a business community and we are looking forward to rewarding our local businesses with the glitz and glamour they deserve.”

Winners of the 2023 Central Coast Business Awards will then represent the region at the State Business Awards to be held on November 8 in Sydney attended by nearly 1000 business leaders.”

“Based on the quality of our business community, I expect that our regional winners will again do very well at the State Business Awards,” Martin said.