Nanotek named one of Australia’s ‘coolest’ businesses in 2011
Nanotek: Advanced Car Cleaning Technology have been named one of Australia’s ‘coolest’ businesses in the Anthill Magazine’s Sixth Annual Cool Company Awards 2011.
Out of the 700 aspiring companies, Nanotek car cleaning franchises was ranked amongst the top 50 coolest companies for 2011. Earlier this year, Nanotek was named “The best innovative technology n the auto business” during MOBI 2011, a large motor show held in Southern Russia.
“The recognition just keeps coming!” said Nanotek CEO, Jim Cornish. “This is great for our franchisees and really confirms the validity of our new brand and it’s positioning.”
Nanotek’s top 50 position is reflected in the car care franchises latest print campaign, which would be available in the latest issue of Top Gear Magazine in December.
“Our franchisees are around ‘cool cars’ a lot, which I guess goes hand in hand with being a ‘Cool Company’!” said Cornish.
“Because of the superior finish of the Nanotek service, we get to do a lot of motor shows and new model launches for manufacturers, so if you love cars it’s definitely a ‘perk’ of owning your own Nanotek franchise.”
The 2011 Annual Cool Company Awards is one of Australia’s largest business awards program that recognises companies who are doing things differently to create positive change.
“Judging takes into account far more than mere business variables, such as revenue and wealth.” said James Tuckerman, Editor-In-Chief, Anthill Magazine.
“The criteria is geared to consider other qualities, from the disruptive nature of the product or service to the culture of the organisation. A field of hundreds was examined (and cross-examined) before our judges were able to isolate three Finalists for each of our seven categories.”
The winners of the Annual Cool Company Awards will be announced at an award’s function on 24 November 2011 and published on the Anthill Magazine website.
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