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NOMINATE NOW for WIICTA - nominations close on Friday

NOMINATE NOW for WIICTA - nominations close on Friday

Seven awards recognise female excellence

WIICTA is a roaring success. This year will be even bigger. Photo: Mike Gee

WIICTA is a roaring success. This year will be even bigger. Photo: Mike Gee

Nominations for the 2015 Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) close on Friday, October 23, so get your entries in now.

In its fourth year, the Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of talented female front runners who have become influential figures in Australia’s ICT industry.

They also recognise the rising stars, women who are quickly growing in importance in our industry, and women working towards improving gender diversity in the ICT workplace.

The awards include: Rising Star; Shining Star; Innovation; Achievement; Technical; Community; and Entrepreneur.

Over 24 years, ARN has faithfully chronicled the role of women in ICT. Now, the ARN Women in ICT Awards provide a program that promotes and recognises the professional achievements of women in the IT channel.

As part of the program, an esteemed group of industry executives drawn from the ranks of vendors, distributors and partners has been selected as the judging panel.

Nominations can be submitted for a colleague, by an employee, employer, business partner or for yourself. To nominate, simply click on the award link below and make sure you meet the two or three criteria listed for each award. Please limit your response to a maximum of 450 words per question.

The winners will be announced on November 19 at a Celebration Lunch at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney.

To nominate for any of the seven awards, visit: www.arnnet.com.au/womeninict/nominations/

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