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Rising Stars 2016

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Strong field of star performers

Strong field of star performers

Western Australia is in good hands if the quality of the 2016 Rising Stars awards is anything to go by. Click through to see our special report on all of the winners announced last night.

Injury Connect keeps it safe

Injury Connect keeps it safe

SPECIAL REPORT: Rising Stars winner Injury Connect found initial success targeting an under-serviced niche market, but is now pursuing broader growth. 

Chemo@home makes public sector push

Chemo@home makes public sector push

SPECIAL REPORT: Julie Adams and Lorna Cook took a calculated gamble three years ago when they decided to leave secure employment in the public sector, mortgage their homes, and seek to create a new paradigm in private healthcare – Chemo@home.

Access Housing  offers affordable opportunities

Access Housing offers affordable opportunities

SPECIAL REPORT: Access Housing Australia was formed from the merger of three small community housing organisations in 2007, and established under the Corporations Act as a not-for-profit company.

Alyka maintains upwards trajectory

Alyka maintains upwards trajectory

SPECIAL REPORT: Digital marketing company Alyka has backed up its 2013 Rising Stars win by being named among the state’s best-performing businesses in this year’s awards.

Sustainability key for carbon-neutral Austral

Sustainability key for carbon-neutral Austral

SPECIAL REPORT: A strong, whole-of-business focus on quality and sustainability has helped Austral Fisheries achieve a significant lift in its turnover during the past four years.

Ford & Doonan stays in sync

Ford & Doonan stays in sync

SPECIAL REPORT: Started nearly three decades ago, air-conditioning installation business Ford & Doonan is now a household name in Western Australia and the largest in the sector by market segment.

Mallard aims for sustained growth

Mallard aims for sustained growth

SPECIAL REPORT: Having taken the opportunity provided by the mining construction boom to establish his own contracting firm, Robby Mallard is now in the process of building a diversified and sustainable business.

PC Locs up family business award

PC Locs up family business award

SPECIAL REPORT: In 1998, then mathematics teacher Paul Symons was frustrated with the number of desktop computers being stolen from Perth schools, so he designed and created a solution – an innovative locking device that bolted a computer to a desk – PC Locs.