Entrepreneur Effie Cinanni wins coveted 2024 National Australian Achiever Award

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Small Chilli Marketing, founded and led by Greek Australian entrepreneur Effie Cinanni, has clinched the prestigious 2024 National Australian Achiever Award.

Small Chilli Marketing has announced its recognition as the National Winner in the Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations Services category for delivering exceptional customer service.

This accolade marks the third consecutive award received by the business, following the receipt of the Highly Recommended award in 2022 and the Victorian State award in 2023 and now the 2024 National Award.

The honour underscores the team’s unwavering commitment to providing unparalleled performance and value to clients across diverse marketing and advertising domains.

The announcement of the award winners on the 8th of May 2024 reflects the Australian Achiever Awards’ mission to impartially and tangibly acknowledge businesses demonstrating remarkable dedication to customer service excellence, thereby fostering a culture of encouragement, recognition, and promotion of service paragons.

Ms Cinanni, the Founder and Director of Small Chilli Marketing, expressed her gratitude for the recognition, particularly given the formidable competition from businesses nationwide.

She remarked, “We are thrilled to receive this prestigious National award, especially considering the caliber of businesses we were competing against from across Australia. This recognition helps to reaffirm the dedication and excellence we strive to deliver in our service to our clients.”

Ms Cinanni extended heartfelt congratulations to her exceptional team, Tania Sernia and Laia Boukouvalas, acknowledging their pivotal role in clinching this accolade. She also expressed gratitude to the loyal clients and supportive suppliers, whose trust and feedback have significantly contributed to the agency’s success.

“We are deeply thankful to our clients and suppliers for rating Small Chilli Marketing as outstanding and for their invaluable contributions to our success. Their trust, feedback, and collaborative spirit have been instrumental in helping us achieve this remarkable milestone,” she said.

READ MORE: ‘Huge honour’: Effie Cinnani selected for the Multicultural Communities Leadership Action Program

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