Yin Health founder Tsu Shan Chambers will enact some exciting growth strategies in her business this year.
Yin Health founder Tsu Shan Chambers will enact some exciting growth strategies in her business this year.

Tsu Shan wins top women’s award

THE founder of a wellbeing centre for women has been named the Sunshine Coast's outstanding businesswoman of the year.

Tsu Shan Chambers, founder of Yin Health at Kawana, won the title at the Sunshine Coast Business Woman of the Year Awards last night.

The yoga teacher, healing therapist, licensed avatar master and optometrist won the title in recognition of her passion for health promotion, supporting and developing sustainable communities and women's health.

Maleny's Renee Blackwell, of Renee Blackwell Jewellery Design, was named micro-small business woman of the year after a love of adornment that began almost 30 years during a trip to East Africa.

Owner of Carolans First National Real Estate, Nambour, Tamara Wrigley was awarded the corporate businesswoman of the year title.

Ms Wrigley has more than 16 years' experience in real estate. Her business style and relationship skills have made her a well-respected and sought property professional.

Professional business woman of the year went to online guru Michelle Evans of Four Ingredients.

She is responsible for the Four Ingredients business development, digital marketing and business management online.

The young business of the year award went to Carly Earl, owner of organic baby store EcoChild, which offers an extensive range of baby products.



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