Top-performing Coast business women among award finalists

Great to see the Sunshine Coast Daily acknowledging the Finalists in 2013 Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network Awards. Kapow’s founder, Kelly Powell, was among the hard-working entrepreneurial stars to recognised in the 2013 awards.

You can see all the women nominated below, or click here to see the original article from the Sunshine Coast Daily.

THE Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network has named the finalists in its 2013 awards.

They will be presented on August 24 2013.

Young Business Woman of the Year: Kira Klein, Kira Klein Enterprises; Tsu Shan Chambers, Yin Health; Carly Earl, Eco Child; Loretta Morgan, Jam Property; Heidi Gorell-Hay, Mirror Professional Development; Belinda McEachern, littleMUSOS; Melinda Bingley, MAB Personal Training; Elizabeth Henebery, DTB! Advertising.

Micro/Small Business Woman of the Year: Renee Blackwell, Renee Blackwell Jewellery; Henriette Cosgrove, Principal Plans Pty Ltd; Jacqueline Eegdeman-Gerri, Copecats Printers; Genine Howard, Fork in the Road Enterprises; Tracey-Ann Ferguson, Close Financial Planning; Cindy Steele, TopGear Security; Kelly Powell, Kapow’s Cleaning Services; Sandy Riba, ribakasteel; Kylie Patchett, Tall Poppy Project.

Corporate Business Woman of the Year: Kelly Thomas, ADFX; Lindy Kelly, Loan Market; Tamara Wrigley, Carolans First National Real Estate Nambour; Faith Baigent, Hinterland Times Sunshine Coast; Jody Irvine, Fastway Couriers; Linda Delamotte, Your Home Care.

Professional Business Woman of the Year: Leanne Layfield, Caloundra Chamber of Commerce; Sandy McCulloch, Heritage Bank Nambour; Michelle Evans, 4 Ingredients; Kylie Jacobson, Heritage Regional Sales Manager; Sue Frost, Women’s Lifestyle Expo.

More details about the awards online at

Kapow’s founder honoured with finalist nomination!

The entire Kapow’s Commercial Cleaning team is delighted to hear that founder and company hero, Kelly Powell was nominated as a finalist in the 2013 Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network Business Woman of the Year.

To be included as one of the nine hard-working leaders in the Small / Micro Business category is truly an honour for Kelly. Anyone who works with Kelly knows how much of her soul so puts into every task, and this nomination is well deserved.

Congratulations Kelly!

You can check out the My Weekly Preview exclusive announcement here, or visit the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network for the full list of finalists here!