Dexterous Group has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Finance Business of the Year Award in the Optus My Business Awards 2018, the premier event of the year for SMEs.
Founded in 2015, Dexterous offers bookkeeping, accounting and taxation services to small and medium businesses and corporate clients throughout Australia.
The Optus My Business Awards, which covers 28 categories, acknowledges best practice within a particular industry sector, as well as individual business leaders, excellence in customer service and achievements in innovation, corporate social responsibility and workplace culture.
Winners from company-related categories will be shortlisted for the highly coveted Business of the Year Award. Adam Zuchetti, editor of My Business, said it is another big year for Australia’s longest-running SME awards program, with a record number of submissions this 2018.
“Small and medium-sized businesses are undeniably the backbone of our nation’s economy, as well as the heart of our local communities. It is wonderful to be able to recognise them on their achievements in service delivery, product innovation, workplace excellence and commitment to sustainability.”
“Every year, both the number and the quality of submissions we receive for the Optus My Business Awards gets better, making it an ever-more impressive feat for those stand-out businesses who are named finalists. Our judges really have their work cut out for them in trying to select this year’s winners!”
He added: “On behalf of the entire My Business team and our long-time partner Optus, I want to congratulate all of our finalists on this stellar achievement and wish them the very best of luck for the main event.”
Co founders and Directors Nick Urry and James Iliffe at Dexterous Group said they are both humbled and honoured by the nomination. “That Dexterous Group has been recognised for its progressive approach to finding cost-effective solutions for the accounting industry reinforces the strength of our brand in connecting with our target market and customers,” they said.
Both added: “None of this would be possible without our dedicated and highly capable onshore and offshore team.” Both said that the firm was based on progressive methods of accounting that keep things simple, without compromising thoroughness and attention to detail.
The winners will be announced at a black-tie awards dinner on Friday, 9 November at The Star, Sydney.
You can read more about the awards here.