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Nicole wins SA industry award for best Support Team Member

She was the face and the voice of Adelaide Strata and Community Management (ASCM). Now our very own Nicole Roach is the proud winner of the Strata Community Australia (SA) 2018 Support Team Member Award.

Strata Community Australia (SCA) SA is the peak industry body for strata and community titles management operating from South Australia. The SCA SA Awards recognise and reward individuals and companies who make a significant contribution to the strata industry and community.

Ultimately, we are all striving to achieve a common goal… excellence. As SCA promotes, Excellence is a journey, not a destination.

With that in mind, we are extremely proud of Nicole’s journey. Just twelve months ago Nicole joined ASCM as a part time receptionist, the perfect position to observe and learn the business dealings of strata management.

A fast learner, and through hard work and dedication, Nicole was recently promoted to a full time Assistant Community Manager role where she now supports five Community Managers, two Senior Managers and a Regional Manager.

When accepting her award, Nicole was very humbled. She knew she was competing against assistants from numerous strata firms throughout South Australia, most who have been in their roles far longer than herself.

As they say in Hollywood, just being nominated for these awards is a huge honour. Winning is the frosting on top.

Although it was Nicole who won the award, the entire team at ASCM practice business excellence every day and provide high level services to their corporations.

If you’re not already a customer of ASCM, visit https://blog.smartercommunities.com.au/get-a-quote/ for a quote.

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