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Why you should enter 30 Under 30 Tech Awards

Why you should enter 30 Under 30 Tech Awards

Nominations have been extended until 1 April

Reseller News is calling on the industry to help celebrate young technology talent in New Zealand, through entering the upcoming 30 Under 30 Tech Awards.

As part of the inaugural Emerging Leaders forum, the awards will acknowledge individual achievement rather than company success, offering a platform to recognise excellence at a personal level.

There’s multiple ways to get involved, starting with submitting your own nomination and telling your story to thousands.

However, Reseller News acknowledges that writing your own submission can be challenging, hence why we’re calling on the leaders of the industry to put forward the young guns within your organisation.

Individuals will be recognised for outstanding achievements across six categories, spanning management; entrepreneur; sales; marketing; technical and human resources.

To enter, individuals must be based in New Zealand; be 30 years of age or younger and have at least two years of industry experience.

Individuals can either self-nominate, or be nominated by an industry peer, with submissions assessed by an Emerging Leaders judging panel.

Nominations will run until 1 April, for more information, click here.

All winners will be announced and promoted via Reseller News media platforms, providing the opportunity to raise your personal profile among the wider technology industry.

Reseller News is read by more than 40,000 readers each month in New Zealand, backed up by a growing audience overseas.

Winners will be unveiled during Emerging Leaders in Auckland on 11 April, a newly launched forum designed to educate, mentor and showcase the upcoming technology talent in New Zealand.

Furthermore, all winners will receive post-awards collateral which includes awards logos and email signatures, in recognition of your achievement.

Your submission will be judged by an esteemed panel of leading figures within the industry, providing the opportunity to tell your story to the influencers of the New Zealand technology scene.

To nominate, click here


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