Winning is four times as good for the 2017 Business of the Year

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No learner himself: The experience of Matthew Irvine and Panorama Road Safety was rewarded with four titles including Business of the Year. Photo: Supplied

No learner himself: The experience of Matthew Irvine and Panorama Road Safety was rewarded with four titles including Business of the Year. Photo: Supplied

The 2017 Peak Connect Carillon Business Awards was shown to be a successful night for many businesses throughout Bathurst, but none more so than Panorama Road Safety who were awarded a massive four awards on the night including the coveted Peak Connect Carillon Business of the Year.

Panorama Road Safety had a busy night on stage with the business receiving the accolades for Excellence in Education and Excellence in Professional Services while on an individual level business owner, Matthew Irvine, was awarded the Business Leader in the 35 years and over category.

Matthew was understandably proud of the achievements. “I feel a great sense of validation – I am extremely honoured to have won so many awards. It’s especially important to be able to share awards like this with family and close friends too, as they often sacrifice time with me so that I can run the business,” he said.

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Panorama Road Safety          

With a career spanning over 20 years, Matthew is widely regarded as an expert in the fields of driver education, licensing systems, road user behaviour and public policy. Having worked in road safety and driver education since 1997, he launched the current Panorama Road Safety model in 2013 and works to best practice standards they are the benchmark in the industry.

They offer a wide variety of driver training and lessons for people of all ages, along with several other driving courses and programs.