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Karen Geiszler finalist in national awards

Karen Geiszler
Karen Geiszler has recently named as finalist in theAusMumpreneur and ABIA awards. Photo contributed.

Update: Local business woman Karen Geiszler has been crowned the winner of the Sole Operator of the Year at the Australian Beauty Industry Awards.

“I am delighted to share that I have recently been awarded a prestigious accolade in the field of Sole Operator of the Year for the Australian Beauty Industry Awards,” she said.

“This recognition is a testament to my unwavering commitment, relentless efforts, and the positive impact I strive to make in our community.”

Earlier report: Local business woman Karen Geiszler’s dedication and hard work is paying off as she has been nominated as a finalist in a number of national awards.

Karen has been named an AusMumpreneur Awards finalist in this year’s Beauty and the Rural and Remote categories and she has also been selected as a finalist for the Australian Beauty Industry Awards in the categories, Sole Operator of the Year and Educator of the year.

The AusMumpreneur Awards presented by The Women’s Business School celebrate and recognise Australian mums in business who have achieved outstanding success in areas such as business excellence, product development, customer service and digital innovation.

The Australian Beauty Industry Awards (ABIA) provide the national beauty and make up industry with a much needed, and often requested, benchmark of excellence in business and creative ability on a state by state basis.

Karen owns both local businesses Karen Geiszler Hair & KG Beauty and K G Beauty & Modality Practical Training.

She said she was delighted to be named as a finalist in the AusMumpreneur and ABIA awards and she was proud of her achievements.

“There are many benefits to balancing business and motherhood,” she said.

“Being a mum has made me a better businesswoman.

“I’ve learned valuable skills like patience, problem-solving and time management, which have translated into success in my entrepreneurial endeavours.”

Karen’s advice to others thinking about starting their own enterprise was to define their goals and priorities, while identifying what mattered most to them.

“This will help you make decisions that align with your priorities and strike a balance between your business and family life,” Karen said.

The winners of the AusMumpreneur Awards will be announced at the AusMumpreneur Awards Gala Dinner in Sydney on August 24.

Find more information on AusMumpreneur and the awards here.

ABIA winners will be announced at the Gala Awards on August 27 at The Star in Sydney.

Find more information of the ABIA awards here.