Sydney Electrical Contractors recognised at the Australian Small Business Champion Awards

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Sydney Electrical Contractors from The Hills District has been named Champion Electrical Business at the Australian Small Business Champion Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony held on Saturday, 19 March 2022 at The Star Sydney, with over 1,000 guests in attendance.

Recognised as the ‘Oscars’ for small business, the Australian Small Business Champion Awards is the only national recognition program for Australian small businesses.

The program aims to acknowledge outstanding Australian small businesses and encourage high standards of excellence in small business practice.

“The Australian Small Business Champion Awards is a way to recognise the efforts of small business people whose efforts contribute to the prosperity and vitality of communities across Australia,” the Managing Director of Precedent Productions and founder of the Awards, Steve Loe, said.

“As a small business owner myself, I know the vision and dedication to excellence required to succeed. These traits have been displayed in abundance by all of our 2021 Australian Small Business Champions.”

The Managing Director of Sydney Electrical Contractors, Haralambos Robert Theodoridis, along with his wife Connie, received an award statuette, certificate and gained national recognition as an industry leader at the Awards night.

They said that having their passion, dedication, commitment and hard work celebrated amongst their peers was an experience they will never forget.

In his acceptance speech, Mr Theodoridis thanked his wife, hard working team and family for supporting him throughout his journey and paid tribute to his parents who migrated to Australia in the 1960’s, like many other Greeks at that time.

“My late father taught me so much when it came to small business. My father came up with the idea of giving every child a lollypop then they would come into our takeaway shop with their families. They would look forward to it and would always leave with a huge smile on their faces,” Mr Theodoridis explained.

“It’s something I’ll never forget and that’s what we endeavour to achieve with all our new and loyal clients every time we complete a project – big or small. When people smile, we feel satisfied. People will always remember how you make them feel.”

The Theodoridis’ want to express how proud they are of their Greek heritage and want to dedicate this award to their parents and every Greek immigrant who worked to provide opportunities for their children to achieve their dreams in Australia.

A number of small businesses from across Australia delivered an impressive array of entries, with winners representing a broad range of industries from all states and territories.

The Awards are presented by the Commonwealth Bank and supported by Awards Partners – Nine Plus, NOVA Employment, University of South Australia – Australian Centre for Business Growth, Castaway Forecasting and Big Clean.

The Australian Small Business Champion Awards have been proudly managed by Precedent Productions, a small business in its own right since their inception in 1999.

Earlier in the week, Sydney Electrical Contractors also won another award for the Best Service and Trade in the Local Business Awards which was held on March 14, 2022 at the Blacktown Workers Club. This award has now been won three years in a row by the company and is a milestone which has not been achieved by many businesses since the awards started over 20 years ago.

Who is Sydney Electrical Contractors?

Sydney Electrical Contractors is a multi-award-winning company specialising in commercial, residential, multi-story residential, property maintenance and level 2 electrical work. The company services many homes and businesses right across Sydney and caters for all project sizes.

With 35 years’ combined experience in the electrical and communications industry, our company is now an Industry leader setting the standard of how electrical businesses need to operate to be successful.

Since its inception in 2013, Sydney Electrical Contractors has been formally recognised by several Industry Bodies for our excellent customer service, reliability and quality work which is a direct result of our hard-working team and commitment we put into every job. No matter how small or big your job is, you can always trust Sydney Electrical Contractors to complete your works efficiently, effectively and to a remarkably high standard.

As a company we always give back to local communities and charities, as we see this as a very important part of our business mission. Sydney Electrical Contractors are also proud sponsors of the Greek National Men’s Rugby League Team which will be competing for the first time in this year’s Rugby League World Cup, held in England.

For all inquiries, please get in touch with our friendly staff and we will be happy to assist you in any way possible. Ph: (02) 8007-7215, Email: info@sec24hr.com.au

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