Thanks for the Business Grant Frankston Council!
Peninsula Larder was one of the lucky recipients of a 2015 Small Business Grant from Frankston Council… thanks guys, it bought us a flash new oven and some serious marketing…just what we needed stepping into our new commercial space.
It seems that Flavour Pearls are now officially
‘an essential Christmas gift’ for 2014….
As published in the Age, Nov 30 edition 2014 so it must be so!
We of course agree whole heartedly!
It’s not often you come across such a unique product that not only looks and tastes amazing but is also a joy to eat. Oh and hand crafted and Australian Made to boot….
Radio time on RPPfm…
As winners of the ‘Best New Business’ category at the Excellence in Business Awards we got ourselves a bit of airtime!
We got to spend some quality chat time with Jacki Mitchell aswell as other business owners that also took the title for their categories in the awards.
Winners – Best New Business category
@ the Frankston & Mornington Peninsula Excellence in Business Awards 2014
We are pretty happy to say the least! What a brilliant way to celebrate our first 12 months of trading…. A huge thank you to both councils for providing such a great opportunity to show case businesses in the area.
A little about the awards………
The Excellence in Business Awards is the highest honour that any business can receive in the Frankston City and Mornington Peninsula region.
The awards encourage innovation, business excellence, continual improvement and good corporate citizenship amongst businesses. They also offer business owners and operators the opportunity to gain recognition, create further business opportunities and network with other entrepreneurial businesses.
Wooo hooo we have our first award!
A big thankyou to the GFBC (Greater Frankston Business Chamber) for hosting the Alan Richard Awards 2014 We were joint winners in our category: Best Innovation – Product, Process, Service, or Technology (employees 0-10) our co-winner was Remi Tremsal from Caramelicious. The overall winner for the competition has not yet been announced so watch this space….
A little about Alan Richards
Alan Richards was founder of the iconic Bounty Shop in Frankston’s City Centre. Regularly credited on GTV 9′s In Melbourne Tonight throughout the 1960s, the Bounty Shop boomed, employing up to 50 people at its peak. Selling style, he believed in service — still a guiding principle of the business today. By sharing profits with his employees, Alan progressively sold his business to his staff, some of whom trade there successfully today. Throughout his business life, Alan was a passionate advocate of Frankston, who served as a Frankston Business Chamber President as well as a high-profile campaigner for the municipality. This award honours him, and all who do business in Frankston.