Acacia Law Receives Finalist Trophy in 2014 Ipswich Business Awards
Acacia Law is proud to be declared a finalist in the local business awards (for businesses operating in Ipswich for less than two years). Although the firm is over a decade old, it was recognised in this category as it has not yet been in Ipswich for more than two years.
“The accolade acknowledges Acacia Law’s contribution, as the only patent attorneys in Ipswich, to helping Ipswich businesses protect their intellectual property,” says Acacia Law Partner, Cathryn Warburton.
“Often the main value of a business is in the intellectual property of the business. Failure to secure proper protections can leave businesses vulnerable to having their intellectual property claimed by others, without much right to do anything about it.”
Acacia Law extends their heart-felt congratulations to all of the finalists and particularly to the following businesses as winners of the 2014 Ipswich Business Awards:
- Ipswich City Council, New Business of the Year Award – Ipswich Cardiac Centre
- RPQ, Customer Service Award – ArtTime Supplies
- Apprenticeships Qld, Employer Committed to Training Award – Gaye’s Hair Fashions.
- Ipswich Turf Club, Tourism/Community Event of the Year Award – Willowbank Raceway
- Stanwell Corporation, Community Involvement Award – Alara Qld
- UQ College, Young Business Person of the Year Award – Adam Atherton – Orion Physio
- Ipswich Chamber of Commerce, Business Person of the Year – Gerard Pender
- Ipswich Life, Small Business of the Year Award – Jade Financial Group
- Sirromet Wines Business of the Year Award –Walker Pender Group
- Mayor’s Future Focus Award – DB Schenker
- Hall of Fame supported by Bendigo Bank – Gaye Anderson
- President’s Award – Budget Express Promotional Products – Terry & Felicity Jorgensen.