By Patrick Avenell
Victorian branding consultancy company Signmanager has been nominated for a 2008 Telstra Business Award. The company, based in Ringwood, North-East of Melbourne, has been nominated for the Panasonic Australia Medium Business Award, which honours companies with between 21 and 200 employees.
Signmanager was established in Brisbane in 2000 by directors Kris Vogt, Dan McHugh and Alan Hadley. Among its clients are GE Money, which handles the credit facilities available at Harvey Norman and WOW Sight & Sound stores; and Myer, a retailer of numerous lines of home appliances.
Speaking about Signmanager’s goals in the marketplace is director Alan Hadley.
“We constantly drive to redefine the standards of excellence and are committed to providing our customers with quality service and tailored re-brand solutions that best meet their requirements and branding objectives,” said Hadley.
Signmanager will be taking on Atlantic Group, Baxter Laboratories, Clyne Foods, Matthews Steer Chartered Accountants and messagemedia for the award, which will be presented on Friday 19 September at the Sofitel Melbourne.
“We have uncovered some great success stories this year, and are looking forward to celebrating Australia’s most successful enterprises at these awards,” said Telstra Business Awards ambassador Deena Shiff.