Nominations now open for the 2021 HACCI Awards

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The Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) of Victoria is excited announced this week the launch of the nominations campaign for the 2021 HACCI Awards.

HACCI was established in 1974 with the vision to connect and inspire the Hellenic Australian business and the professional community to lead, collaborate and excel.

READ MORE: Winners announced for the 34th HACCI Awards

This year will be the 35th anniversary of the Awards, and they are looking forward to celebrating the outstanding achievements and significant contributions of members of our community.

HACCI are now 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

Click here to access the application and make sure you apply by 5.00 pm on 30 August 2021.

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