The awards have been handed down for this year's AusMumpreneur Awards, with Bathurst's Tanya-Lee Holmes picking up two placings.
All up, Bathurst had three people nominated for the awards - Ms Holmes of Imperfectly Perfect Sugar Cookies, Maddy Veitch of Ivory Rose Botanicals and Sophie Godleman of Aspire Gymnastics.
While Ms Veitch and Ms Godleman did not place, Ms Holmes placed second in Food and Beverage and third in Customer Service.
"To place second in the Food and Beverage was a real surprise to be honest. I thought I'd stuffed up my interview badly as I hate talking about myself," she said.
"The other finalists all run successful and popular businesses. I feel so fortunate to be named amongst them.
"To place third in the Customer Service was pretty special. I was up against some amazing businesses but it was really heartwarming to know that my customers took the time to vote for me.
"It gives you a sense of satisfaction knowing your business is headed in the right direction and that people love what you do as much as you do."
The awards were streamed through Facebook, with finalists in waiting rooms via Zoom to accept their awards.
Ms Holmes said the awards were rewarding, as she got to meet and learn from different business women.
"I am very lucky to be surrounded by amazing business mentors and customers who love what I do and who have helped me realise my potential for growth."