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What the award means to us

Being awarded Dalby Business of the Year was an incredible honour. When we started BMO 25 years ago, we would not have predicted that we’d grow to a leading Australian accounting firm, with 57 team members, a full range of business and financial advisory services in a modern business centre serving clients stretching across all Australian states. By staying true to our vision and our values, and remaining committed to our local community, we have achieved more than we ever dreamed.

However, for us, it’s never been about being the biggest or the best. Our focus has always been about putting people first, listening to our clients and our team, and being ‘with you every step of the way’.

When BEA comes around each year, it forces us to do an annual review of our business. It helps us track where we are making progress and identify where we need to improve.

One our proudest moments on the awards night was seeing so many of our clients named as finalists and winners of their own industry categories. We’d particularly like to congratulate Adam Luck Electrical – the Small Business of the Year. In many ways, seeing our clients excel is more exciting than winning awards ourselves, as we like to think we have played a small part in helping them achieve their success.

We are very fortunate to have support from our great team, our clients and our families, and are grateful to be a part of the vibrant Dalby Business community.

BMO Partners Peter, Adrian, Kelvin, Michelle, David, Mal and Shane.

Watch BMO Partner Peter McKinnon’s acceptance speech on winning Business & Professional Service Category>

Watch BMO Partner Peter McKinnon’s acceptance speech on winning Business of the Year>

BMO Business Centre – With you every step of the way>

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David Briese

About the author

With close to 30 years accounting experience, David is a highly respected member of the BMO team and was appointed Associate Partner in July 2009, going on to become Partner in July 2013. David started out with BMO in 1988 working his way to a senior accounting role and heading up the (former) Chinchilla office of BMO. In 1995, David went to work with a reputable accounting firm in Mackay. READ MORE


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