Entries for the iAwards program are closing soon, Friday 15 March.
The iAwards comprises of 24 different awards, across 7 domains, with the program specifically designed to recognise individual achievement, product innovation, project excellence and entrepreneurial spirit.
Some of the categories for this year’s iAwards program have been changed to reflect the shifting landscape that is the Australian ICT community. Others – consumer, community, regional and resources – have been added to the program, so, there’s sure to be an iAward to suit everyone this year.
Do you know an ICT professional whose lifetime of work has had a positive impact on the ICT industry and you want to see them recognised for their individual contributions?
Last year’s individual iAwards winners were - Amanda Ross, CIO of Wotif who was awarded the iAward for CIO of the Year; Liesl Capper, CEO of MyCyber Twin who won the iAward for ICT Woman of the Year; Mark Toomey, Founder and Managing Director of Infonomics who won ICT Professional of the Year, Clayton Carnes, Principal of Hermit Park who won ICT Educator of the Year; Bevan Slattery who was awarded the Benson Entrepreneur Award and Dr Mal Bryce received The Pearcey Medal.
So, if you know of someone who has made a real difference to the ICT industry, then make sure you nominate them for an individual achievement iAward before it’s too late.
If your company has created an ICT innovation that is bound to inspire, intrigue, increase productivity or change the future of our economy or our day-to-day life in some way, then make sure you enter it into the 2013 iAwards before entry registrations close on Friday 15 March.
The iAwards is THE night of nights for the ICT Industry. It’s the chance for everyone to come together and celebrate the far reaching impact that ICT focused individuals, teams and collaborations can have on the future and productivity of our economy.
Don’t miss out on the chance to be one of the stars shining at this year’s iAwards – enter today!
For more information on how to enter please click here.
2013 iAwards Key Dates
Call for Entries Close 15 March, 2013
State iAwards Winners Presentations 1 – 21 June, 2013
National Phase 2 onsite judging 5 & 6 August, 2013 - Melbourne
2013 iAwards Main Events including Gala Dinner & 8 August, 2013 – Crown, Melbourne
Visit www.iawards.com.au or call 1300 665 145 to enter today or find out more about the Individual, Group and Pioneer categories.
Entry registrations for the 2013 iAwards close at 5pm AEST, Friday 15 March, 2013.