Wednesday 12 June 2013
iAwards winners are leading ICT companies, professionals and pioneers who all share an entrepreneurial spirit.
The iAwards honours both companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation as well as leading professionals across the ICT industry. Most importantly, the iAwards recognises the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators.
The iAwards State Presentations are where iAwards host organisations, local branches, sponsors and members of the local ICT industry announce the State winners and national finalists for the prestigious 2013 iAwards.
We invite you to join us in honouring the best and most innovative solutions in NSW.
Andrew was born in 1960, growing up in Brisbane before moving with his family to Grafton. A keen surfer and committed father of six, Andrew and his wife Cathy are proud residents of Wauchope on the NSW North Coast. Andrew believes in the importance of family and a fair go for all.
The Hon. Andrew Stoner MP is the NSW Deputy Premier, Minister for Trade and Investment, and Minister for Regional Infrastructure and Services.
Andrew was first elected into Parliament as the Nationals Member for Oxley on March 27th 1999 and was elected Leader of the NSW Nationals in March 2003. Following the NSW Liberals & Nationals election win on March 26th 2011, Andrew was sworn in as Deputy Premier and took on his Ministerial responsibilities.
As the Deputy Premier, Andrew is dedicated to bringing common sense back into how our State is governed. As the Leader of the NSW Nationals, he is the proud leader of the only party that was formed solely to represent people living outside the major cities.
Prior to entering Parliament Andrew obtained a Bachelor of Business and a master in Business Administration, and has also worked as an employment agency manager.
Andrew’s commitment to his community has been exemplified through his involvement in community organisations such as Rotary, Lions, Chambers of Commerce and his church.
Wednesday 12 June 2013
Registration opens at 5pm for networking and drinks.
Session commences at 6pm with a 7.30pm finish
|Venue:||Parliament House, Theatrette|
6 Macquarie Street, Sydney, 2000
|Price: ||AIIA, ACS & Pearcey members: $35.00|
(ACS members enter promotional code ACS8 on the final checkout screen)
Non Members: $60.00
iAwards Nominees: Free of charge (2 tickets per company)*
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