At this year’s Gala Awards Dinner in Canberra, Bond Hair Religion’s owner, Jenni Tarrant was announced as the winner of the Canberra Women in Business Award for Outstanding Community Spirit, writes Natacha Maloon. This is an impressive feat for the inspirational owner and Art Director, whose trophy cabinet is becoming increasingly cramped.
Jenni Tarrant was thrilled to have won an award that sits very close to her heart, describing winning as “both humbling and a greater incentive to make an even bigger difference for people without a voice.”
The Canberra Women in Business are a not-for-profit association created by women and run for women. They are responsible for nurturing local women in business, by supporting them through networking and the continuous distribution of necessary information. The organisation is dedicated to paying tribute to women who are thriving in their chosen vocation.
Jenni’s salon, Bond Hair Religion has been running for over 10 years, and in Jenni’s opinion is operating as more than a 5 star accredited salon whilst being implemented as a “vehicle to make a difference in the lives of others. A ripple effect can then occur which can potentially touch the lives of an infinite amount of people.” This is something all salons can relate to.
The recipient of the award for Outstanding Community Spirit is a recognized business owner who cares for their community, by enhancing the social, economic, commercial and environmental prosperity in the ACT region. This can be accomplished by encouraging participation in charities, sponsorship or general assistance to community organisations.
If your salon is thinking about how implementing community service and charitable activities may boost your profile – now is the time to do it. Jenni’s over-crowded trophy case is a testament to that.
For more information visit www.bondhair.com.au
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