The Dural-based business, which has been fusing technology and entertainment since 1984, is a world leader in entertainment communications.
Laservision offers products and services to the entertainment industry in three areas of specialty: architectural lighting, permanent attractions and special events.
Since experimenting with lights and lasers for nightclubs and fashion parades, founder and managing director Paul McCloskey has taken Laservision to global heights. Its high-powered laser shows, water-features, pyrotechnics and special effects have been seen by millions of people in more 25 countries.
To keep up with international demand, the company also has offices in Singapore, Hong Kong and India.
“Laservision is an outstanding business with global customers that has been inducted into Australia’s export hall of fame. It works collaboratively with international governments to deliver amazing spectacles, like the laser light show that lights up Hong Kong buildings each evening as a tourist attraction,” said Telstra Business Group managing director Will Irving.
Irving said these attributes made Laservision a stand-out amongst the 24 finalists for the Telstra NSW Business of the Year Award. In addition to taking out top honours, Laservision also won the MYOB Small Business Award.
Other winners of the 2012 Telstra Business Awards included Albury businesses Evolve Orthodontics and Hume Building Society, Wetherell Park paving innovators Stoneset Permeable Paving, and Surry Hills Vietnamese restaurant Red Lantern.
The winners of the NSW Awards will be judged against category winners from other states and territories in the lead up to the national Telstra Australian Business Awards, to be announced in Sydney on 29 August.