Nominations are now open for the HACCI Awards 2020


The Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) of Victoria, was established in 1974 with the vision to connect and inspire the Hellenic Australian business and professional community to lead, collaborate and excel.

Nominations are now open for the HACCI Awards, which are held every year to recognise excellence within the Greek Australian community.

HACCI are accepting nomination entries for any of the following categories:

  • Bank of Sydney Business Award.
  • Professional Services Award.
  • Community Service Award.
  • Sport Award.
  • Woman of Influence Award.
  • Innovation Award.
  • Spiro Stamoulis Lifetime Achievement Award.
  • Chris Saristavros Young Achiever Award.

Nominations close by 5pm on 15 September 2020. The judging panel will be in contact to request further material and information from shortlisted nominees.

Now in its 44th year, this year’s Awards will be broadcast live online due to COVID-19 restrictions.

You can find the nomination application form here.




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