Bioflex Nutrition wins the 2015 Tasmanian Medium Business of the Year Award

Bioflex Nutrition wins the 2015 Tasmanian Medium Business of the Year Award

Posted by Bulk Nutrients on Jul 27, 2015 in #Feature Articles.

This is a guest post by Jess Crowley, Manager of Bioflex Nutrition which is Bulk Nutrient’s parent company.

With not a pair of track pants in sight, 10 of our current team of 38 attended the Tasmanian Telstra Business Awards, where we were a finalist in the Medium Business category. This event is the culmination of an in depth application and interview process, and we were thrilled to even make it as a finalist.

Bec, Rod, Mbaz, Ben and Jacques before the ceremony

It was fantastic to see the customer and supplier feedback scrolling across the screen as the night unfolded, and we appreciate that many of you chose to comment.

Ben and Jess in front messages of support on the big screen

As the night progressed, we had a feeling of nervous excitement, and when our category was announced… WOW! What a feeling! Ben made an excellent acceptance speech and didn’t let on at all how nervous he was…

From a one room operation ten years ago, to a 2500m² processing facility (soon to be expanded), we’re on an amazing journey, and we feel privileged to be part of the broader health and fitness community in Australia.

The whole team up on stage collecting the award

We’re very mindful that a business such as ours cannot attribute its success to any one person, and we know that each and every staff member plays an integral part in ensuing our customers receive the high quality products and services that Bulk Nutrients provides.

Ben and Mbaz with the Telstra Business Award

We love to support local events, and we appreciate how many of our customers partner with us on their personal journey, whether that’s a journey to the stage, competition, sporting event, or simply a journey to a healthier life.

Thank you all for your continuing support, and we look forward to sharing an exciting future.

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