Groves tops chamber’s awards

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KAREN Groves, of  Successful Alliances, secured the major award at last night’s The Chamber of Women in Business’ annual awards dinner. 

 

Successful Alliances - Monday, 8 April 2013 - 12.22PMSuccessful Alliances is a bookkeeping service founded in 1999. Its principal Karen Groves, pictured, has 30 years experience in bookkeeping and finance experience.  

Claire Naidu, of Claire Naidu & Co Lawyers, won the young businesswoman award with Karen Murphy’s Resi Home Loans named Best New Business and Karen Coe of Ray White Canberra awarded Outstanding Community Spirit.

The CWB will launch a new name and direction at its CWB’s 21st birthday celebration in November.

 

 

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