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Pachamama makes business history

Published: Echo Newspaper – October 4, 2018 A PERTH Hills child care centre is the first education provider in history to take out Australia’s top small business award. Pachamama Early Education and Childcare won the national small and succeeding award at the 2018 Telstra Australian Business Awards in Melbourne last week. The awards recognise the

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Pachamama Wins National 2018 Telstra Australian Small & Succeeding Award

Published: September 24, 2018 The 2018 Telstra Business Awards winners have been announced with Pachamama Winning the National 2018 Telstra Australian Small & Succeeding Award. The Award Winners have been selected by the expert judging panel as the highest achieving businesses in their respective categories. Pachamama is the first ever education provider in history to

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Size no match for success

Published: Echo Newspaper – August 23, 2018 A LESMURDIE child care centre took out the 2018 Telstra WA small and succeeding business award last week. The annual awards celebrate the most innovative and entrepreneurial businesses across four categories, emerging and energised, small and succeeding, medium and making waves, and social change maker. Pachamama Early Education

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Lesmurdie child care raising the bar

Published: Echo Newspaper – June 28, 2018 A LESMURDIE child care is the first in WA to achieve the highest score under all criteria of nationally revised child care standards. Pachamama Early Education and Childcare was the first service to be awarded with exceeding all 15 standards and 7 quality areas under the new 2018

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Pachamama gets nod over staff

Published: Echo Newspaper – May 3, 2018 PACHAMAMA Early Education and Childcare has had an application to increase child numbers and operating hours approved at a special Kalamunda council meeting on Monday night, despite staff objections that moved supporters of the controversial centre to tears. The staff recommendation to refuse the increase was overturned by

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