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Ready to get
out of your head
and onto the


Small business award entries and strategy

More prestige. More sales.

More YOU.

Does this sound like you?

You're bloody awesome at what you do.

You want to win awards but haven't a clue where to start.

OR you've found the perfect award but sit staring at a blank, blank page.

You keep seeing competitors bagging awards left, right and centre. You keep seeing their businesses take off.


You know an industry award gives more prestige, more sales, more POW!



Could you get some of that shine too?

Sit back. Grab a cup of tea...

I'm Debbie

Hi, I'm Debbie




By writing award entries that have judges stating: 'It HAS to be this one.'

A northerner who's done the big-city financial services rat race, worked national not-for-profit editorial, helped SMEs grow a-plenty...

Now I use both sides of my brain to empower entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, mumpreneurs, ecopreneurs - movers and shakers  - to get the recognition they need - they deserve - and skyrocket their business to greater awareness, greater reach, greater success.

I know.


Squeezing your gazillion thoughts, years of experience and finely-tuned reluctance to shout your own praises into a discrete word count that'll capture a mythical panel of judges?


Judges you need to impress.

Judges you need to inspire.

Judges you need cheering you on to win.

I don't even know where to start, Debs.


And you're tired of seeing competitors beam victoriously from the stage. Tired of reading news article after news article about their nominations, their achievements and why they're so fab.


Why not you?

I get it. 

Putting yourself out there for judges to... judge... is terrifying.


What are they looking for?

What will impress them?

What will people think if you don't get nominated?

And, heaven forbid, what if you blow it all with a single typo?

But entering awards seems so self-indulgent, not to mention time consuming.

You certainly don't want to be seen as someone who thinks they're better than they are.

But you do want to help your clients. And you also want that holiday you've been dreaming of. Maybe even the nice eco-friendly tote you saw. In fact, you want a lot of things.

And more than anything, you want your business to succeed. Self-fulfilment. Top level.


That means having industry reputation. You need the respect of your peers and the trust of your clients. You need prestige.

And that's where I come in.


I'll get you the kudos you deserve.


Why you, Debs?

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Experience writing regional, national and international awards

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Dedication to helping entrepreneurs skyrocket their business

The analytical brain of an accountant combined with the storytelling skills of an English nerd


Knowledge of exactly what the judges are looking for

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Belief in fun collaboration. Buckle your seat belts, kiddo. Road trip!


With 80% of award entries resulting in nomination or win.

"Debbie is an outstanding writer.


Debbie has written many award submissions for our customers and has had great success with these. All of her submissions have been successful either to finals stage or ultimately winning the award.


She has been able to take an award brief and break down what information is required and work with the customer to get this.


She has then carefully crafted each submission to ensure that the question is answered correctly and highlights to the judges the key elements that they are looking for.


She always delivers on time and is a real pleasure to work with."

- Vicky Matthews, founder,
Pink Spaghetti PA Services

Are you ready to:

Find out which awards would be best for you?


Tell the world (ok - judging panel) just how awesome you are?

Have your dream clients battering down the door to work with you?

Relieve yourself of award writing torture and get back to doing what you do best?


Leave competitors scratching their heads in wonder?

Win. Some. Awards.


Sounds like you'd better jump on a call...