Ethical Enterprise Awards 2020

The Ethical Enterprise Award 2020 is now open.

The Ethical Enterprise Award 2020 recognizes the most inspirational ethical enterprise in Australia – a business or organization that has achieved the most positive social and economic impact in a local or overseas community through their innovative and ethical trade practices.

– Are you an ethical enterprise that has been in operation for over 24 months?
– Does your enterprise improve the social and economic conditions of an overseas or local community via your trading practices?

If you ticked both of the above, we would like to hear from you!

The Ethical Enterprise Award will take place on the 28th of October 2020 as part of the Ethical Enterprise Conference. Finalists of the Ethical Enterprise Award will present and showcase the work they do at the conference.

The Winner of the Ethical Enterprise Award will win an amazing parcel of cash and in-kind mentorship services valued at $54,644.88

The winner will be announced at the end of the conference on the 28th of October

Judges

Felicity Green

Felicity Green

Associate Director and Co-Founder, Spark Strategy

Felicity brings an international perspective to her engagements, a result of her professional and academic experience. Having completed an MBA at Peking University, Felicity has had both a corporate Read more…

Aaron March

Aaron March

Director at BlueRock

Aaron March is a director at BlueRock who are entrepreneurial advisory specialists who focus on business owners. Aaron is an expert in strategic business planning, taxation, superannuation, budgeting, Read more…

Susanna Bevilacqua

Susanna Bevilacqua

Founder/Director at Moral Fairground

As the founder & director of Moral Fairground, Susanna works with purpose driven enterprises and diverse networks to deliver initiatives and projects that encourage collaboration, shared value and impact. Read more…

Ben Neville

Ben Neville

Coordinator, Leadership for Social Impact, Centre for Workplace Leadership

Ben Neville is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management & Marketing, Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Melbourne in Australia. Ben researches and teaches broadly across Read more…