Hamilton companies honoured at Chamber of Commerce awards

Hamilton companies honoured at Chamber of Commerce awards

The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce has introduced the winners of its annual Excellent Enterprise Achievement Awards (OBAAs).

The thirty ninth annual honours have been handed out throughout a gala at Carmen’s Banquet Centre on Wednesday night.

This yr’s awards counseled native companies and organizations for “their achievements, enterprise progress, and general influence on the neighborhood,” in response to a press launch from the chamber.

“Our OBAAs shine a light-weight on the essential position companies play in constructing and sustaining our native financial system,” chamber CEO Greg Dunnett mentioned in an announcement. “Congratulations to this yr’s winners for all that you’ve got performed to drive innovation, create jobs, and have interaction our neighborhood this previous yr.”

Carole MacVicar, co-director of the Interior Metropolis Outreach Ministry on the Eva Rothwell Centre, was this yr’s recipient of the Hamilton Citizen of the Yr Award.

The inaugural winner of the Hamilton CEO of the Yr Award was PJ Mercanti of Carmen’s Group.

​​The winners of the OBAAs are:

Small enterprise: Electrical Diner, a downtown Hamilton eatery identified for its nostalgic esthetic and distinctive eats. They’ve two areas — one on George Road and the opposite on James Road North.

Mid-sized enterprise: Gala Bakery, an East Mountain business bakery specializing in candy and savoury pastries and muffins in addition to European-inspired merchandise.

Massive enterprise: Oakridge Panorama Contractors Ltd., a rural Hamilton landscaping firm that has been working in the neighborhood since 1992.

Younger entrepreneur: Vanessa Inexperienced, founder and proprietor of Greenlight Content material, which gives content material and model communications for small and mid-sized companies.

Not-for-profit: Shalem Psychological Well being Community, which gives counselling and programming in the neighborhood.

Inclusion, variety, fairness, and accessibility: Worldwide Union of Painters and Allied Trades, which is a union native primarily based in Ancaster.

Century award: Canada Life and Solar Life shared the award for his or her contributions to the neighborhood over the past 100 years.


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