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September deadline for IBM awards

September deadline for IBM awards

The entry deadline for the 2007 IBM Business Partner Awards has been extended to give all applicants more time to prepare their submissions.

The deadline is now Friday, 7 September, while the awards will still be held on Thursday, 15 November.

Companies entering the awards now have more time to prepare high-quality entries, says IBM New Zealand channels manager Raymond Skoglund.

“Based on feedback it was decided to extend the deadline to give partners who are already preparing their entries, as well as those who are thinking of entering, more time to prepare.”

For details on how to enter the awards visit: www.ibmbpawards.co.nz


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