Mint Films awarded Most Outstanding Specialised Business at Inner West Local Business Awards

Mint Films.jpgGlebe based production company, Mint Films, was last week awarded Most Outstanding Specialised Business at the Inner West Local Business Awards ceremony, held in Burwood. The local business awards aim to acknowledge outstanding local business and the people who go above and beyond to provide an exceptional customer service experience.
The Local Business Awards has been conducted the last 30 years and over that time they have become a powerful symbol of exceptional small businesses run by passionate locals.

Mint Films, now in its tenth year, took home the Specialised Business Award against 11 other finalists from a wide range of fields.

Says Matt Samperi, Mint Films: "Winning the award is a great achievement and it's lovely to be recognised by the wider business community for the hard work we've put in for the last ten years. It was really inspiring being in a room full of other exceptional business owners from our local area."

Over the last ten years, Mint Films has created work for a range of leading agencies including M&C Saatchi, DDB and Contagion, producing work for clients like Woolworths, The Commonwealth Bank, TAB and Qantas. Mint Films' work is distributed across a range of platforms including TVC broadcast, online and socials.

Says Andrew Seaton, director, Mint Films: "Over the last five years we have become a real part of the Inner West community. We employ a large number of people from the area, support other local business through our work and promote our local area by filming extensively in and around the Inner West."

To learn more about Mint visit www.mintfilms.com.au.

(Pictured L-R: Mint Films' Nick Mutton, Matt Samperi and Andrew Seaton with the Local Business Awards Major Sponsor, Chris Futcher-Coles)

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