The Australian Young Entrepreneur Awards celebrate diversity, and we strongly encourage participation from founders belonging to any group that is underrepresented in business.
We are incredibly excited to have been able to find and recognise so much talent in 2023.
You have every reason to be celebrating your achievements and you should be proud for making Brisbane a great city to do business in.
We hope you enjoyed the experience and made connections that will last into the future.
Keep an eye on our news site for feature stories in the coming weeks, followed by the coveted Top 100 Young Entrepreneurs list early next year.
Read about the winners and finalists here:
Homes by CMA founder Chris Baptista builds legacy as Brisbane Young Entrepreneur of the Year
Young Entrepreneur Awards to celebrate Brisbane's rising stars tonight
We look forward to following your business journey and hope to see you at the Awards again next year!
To be eligible to enter the 2024 awards, you must be the founder of a business based in Brisbane and born in 1984 or later. Category award winners will automatically become finalists for the Australian Young Entrepreneur Awards.
Finalists will be vying to win one of 20 category awards, and all will be considered for the Trailblazer and Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards.
Past winners of Brisbane's Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
2023 - Chris Baptista, Homes by CMA
2022 - Alex Harper and Angus Goldman, Swyftx
2021 - Vu Tran, Andrew Barnes, Chris Eigeland and Chris Hood, Go1
2020 - Sean Parsons, Ellume
2019 - Karl Brown, Instyle Solar
2018 - Ben Bradshaw, Disrupt Digital
2017 - Steve Scanlan, Recon Solutions
2016 - Jordan Grives, Fonebox
2015 - Grant Wechsel, One Key Resources
2014 - Robert Rowe, Tu Projects
2013 - Hahn Lu and Anthony Yap, Good Price Pharmacy
2012 - Hahn Lu and Anthony Yap, Good Price Pharmacy
2011 - Quynh Anh Le, Noja Power
2010 - Phillip Di Bella, Di Bella Coffee
2009 - Bevan Slattery, Pipe Networks