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Resellers invited to compete in NZ Hi-Tech Awards

Resellers invited to compete in NZ Hi-Tech Awards

Well-known international judges; entries due March 5

IT organisations are invited to submit entries to the NZ Hi-Tech Awards 2012.

Submissions can be made in a dozen sponsored categories. These include several of particular interest to the reseller and ISV community, such as the Voco Hi-Tech Services Product Award, the Ministry of Science & Innovation Best Hi-Tech Start-up Award 2012, and Duncan Cotterill Innovative Hi-Tech Software Product Award 2012.

The annual Hi-Tech Awards competition has been running since 1993, and is billed as a showcase and networking opportunity for New Zealand technology companies. The awards are evaluated by local and international judges.

This year's international judges include technology entrepreneur Peter Thiel, Google's Craig Nevill-Manning and Howard Charney, senior vice president of Cisco.

Entries can be made online and are due by 5pm on March 5. Finalists will be announced at events in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington on March 22, with winners announced at an Auckland gala event on May 11.

For more details about the awards, and to enter the competition, click here.


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