An award for Beverley’s company

January 3, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Beverley Honig’s Greenville Developments has been named Global Startup of the Year in the 17th annual Stevie® Award.

Beverley Honig

The Stevie® Awards are based in America and hailed as the world’s premier business awards, honouring the top female entrepreneurs and the companies they run worldwide.

Melbourne’s Honeylight Enterprises Trading as Greenville Developments is headed by well-known Australian businesswomen Beverley Honig. The award was in recognition of building innovation and sustainability.

Greenville Developments repurposes shipping containers into remarkable spaces, such as shops, offices, granny-flats, mancaves. teenage retreats and affordable homes. It has built popup shops for Queen Victoria Market and has been commissioned by the largest oil and gas company in Australia, to build hi-tech mobile Future Innovation labs for future collaborative STEM research. With its global presence, Woodside was the partner of choice, recognized for its world-class capabilities.

Stevie® Awards Judges said “It’s exciting to see a woman-owned business excelling in a traditionally male-dominated industry.  Greenville Developments is positively impacting the world, using its innovations to transform the field altogether”.

In accepting the award, Chairman Beverley Honig stated: “With a tough year behind us I feel so honoured to be recognised in this year’s Global Stevie® Awards and super excited that Greenville Developments was announced Global Start-up of the Year.  It’s such a privilege to build a company of great people that focus on innovation, raising standards in sustainable building and professional development, who strives to achieve carbon neutrality with ecofriendly building material and practices, producing innovative, resilient structures. My overall vision is to help organisations and people innovate and grow. Along the way, I’ve learnt that people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.  It is our clients who are the visionaries – who empower us to do our small bit to save the planet. Congratulations to this year’s Stevie winners, and to all those striving startup businesses that intend to make a difference to the world. With this award, we’re even more inspired to keep innovating.”

Beverley Honig is also the co-founder of Aboriginal Enterprise First Nations Blockchain™, that protects Indigenous rights using Blockchain. She is a chief examiner of entrepreneurship law at Monash University Law and has been a Director of the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce since 1995, promoting and facilitating multilateral trade for decades.

She was the president of one of Melbourne’s Mizrachi synagogues for several years.

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