Two distinctly different enterprises, which both promote Australian products and services, stand out among the nominations for the Business Promotion category. FPDSavills China, a property management consultancy, and Toddler Kindy Gymbaroo, a children's educational centre, have been short-listed for the Business Promotion Award. Carla Pahl, manager of Toddler Kindy Gymbaroo, said launching the Australian education franchise in Hong Kong was like 'plucking a ripe cherry that was just waiting to be picked'. Ms Pahl said the introduction of the programme provided a unique and much needed service in Hong Kong by assisting parents with the early development of their children. Established last year, Toddler Kindy Gymbaroo aims to provide children with an ideal environment to develop their motor and sensory skills through singing, dancing, music, rhythm and interactive activities. Ms Pahl said Gymbaroo catered for more than 160 children and families per term and its classes were always fully booked. She said the programme did not act as a playground or baby gym but rather an educational centre designed to help a child's development in a friendly environment. Various programmes are designed for children and their parents between the ages of six weeks and three years old. By introducing Australian building suppliers on a no-cost basis, FPDSavills China impressed the judges with the company's promotion of goods and services. Through their fit-out monitoring service for multinational companies such as Ericsson, General Electric and Reuters, the company has enabled suppliers such as Boral to provide plasterboard, ceiling and insulation materials, air purification systems from Robway and Caroma bathroom fixtures and fittings. Jonathan Hannam, FPDSavills China managing director, said in a short period of time the company had built a dynamic and innovative group of service-oriented consultants. 'While property agencies can sometimes appear to be operating in a murky business I believe we achieve complete customer satisfaction to the majority of our clients,' Mr Hannam said.