One Model took home the Small Business Category of the Queensland Premier's Export Awards held last night at Brisbane City Hall.
The award was presented by Queensland Premier and Minister for Trade, Hon Annastacia Palaszczuk MP and Minister for Employment, Small Business, Training and Skills Development, Hon Dianne Farmer MP.
“We are delighted to receive this award given the quality of entrepreneurs and small business owners in Queensland,” One Model CEO, Chris Butler said.
“It is a tribute to the exceptional team we have in Brisbane and the world leading people analytics product One Model has built.”
“From our first client, One Model has been an export focussed business. With the profile boost this award gives us, we look forward to continuing to grow our export markets of the United States, Europe and Asia,” Mr Butler said.
Following this win, One Model is now a finalist in the 59th Australian Export Awards to be held in Canberra on Thursday 25 November 2021.
One Model was founded in Texas in 2015, by South-east Queensland locals Chris Butler, Matthew Wilton and David Wilson. One Model generates over 90% of its revenue from export markets, primarily the United States.
One Model was also nominated in the Advanced Technologies Award Category. One Model would like to congratulate Shorthand for winning this award as well as our fellow finalists across both categories - Healthcare Logic, Tactiv (Advanced Technologies Category), iCoolSport, Oper8 Global, Ryan Aerospace and Solar Bollard Lighting (Small Business Category).
The One Model team would like to thank Trade and Investment Queensland for their ongoing support.
To learn more about why One Model is the Queensland Small Business Exporter of the Year, email firstname.lastname@example.org
PICTURE - One Model Co-Founders Chris Butler, Matthew Wilton and David Wilson with Queensland Premier, Hon Annastacia Palaszczuk MP and the other award winners.