Lord Mayor's Multicultural Business Person of the Year 2019

Use this form to nominate someone or self-nominate for the Lord Mayor's Multicultural Business Person of the Year 2019 award.

This award recognises a multicultural Brisbane business person who successfully exports their products and services from Brisbane, throughout Australia, and/or across Asia Pacific or internationally. The award celebrates the recipient's contribution to the Brisbane economy and recognises them as a local champion of enterprise with a global outlook for their business.

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1 Eligibility criteria 2 Nominee's personal details 3 Nominee's business details 4 Nominator's details 5 Nomination criteria and declaration 6 Review and submit

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for nomination, the nominee must meet all eligibility criteria.

Nominees must meet all eligibility criteria. Please confirm that the nominee:
Is from a multicultural or culturally and linguistically diverse background with at least one natural parent born in a country other than Australia *
Has Australian citizenship or holds permanent residency *
Personally resides in the Brisbane City Council local government area *
Operates a business within the Brisbane City Council local government area, and that business has a registered Australian Business Number (ABN) *
Has made a financial contribution to establish and/ or grow the business *
Is of senior management and/or a Company Director in the company and is primarily responsible for the company's recent performance *
Complies with all federal, state and local government legislation and regulations and all relevant industry codes of practice *
Does not have any outstanding fines, Prescribed Infringement Notices (PINs) or other penalties arising from a breach of any local, State or Commonwealth laws or pending investigations *
Does not have any current or pending enquiry into the operation of its business or the applicant which may lead to future legal proceedings *
12 April 2019