Applications for the Ethical Enterprise Award 2015 now open

KNOW a positive, innovative and inspirational business in Victoria helping improve lives? They may have a chance to win $10,000 and the Ethical Enterprise Award! Antonina Mtanu has more details.

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Returning for a third time in 2015 is the Ethical Enterprise Award which recognises and celebrates Australia’s most inspirational enterprises.

Open to any and all businesses or organisations of any size that can make a difference on various scales — from local, state, national or international sectors — the award seeks to reward those capable of innovative and ethical practices that help to deliver social and economic impact.

Susanna Bevilacqua, co-founder of the award, says the winner of the award will be “publically recognised for its achievements in positive impact and profit as well as receive $10,000 in cash to contribute towards their own vision for positive change”.

Last year’s Ethical Enterprise Award winner was Stephanie Woollard, founder of Seven Women, a charity that supports and empowers women through skills training and employment.

If you know someone who deserves to win this award or has a business that has changed lives like previous winners, visit Moralfairground’s website to apply.

Applications are now open and will close at 5.00pm on September 30.

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