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It's time to recognise female excellence in ICT once again. And there's no better way than through the second annual ARN Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) which hit the ground running on October 8 when nominations open. They close a fortnight later on October 22.
The six inaugural WIICTA winners were named at sparkling Sydney luncheon at the Ivy Ballroom. Here is the first of two slideshows featuring highlights of the event.
The inaugural ARN Women in ICT Awards have been presented at a lavish luncheon in Sydney.
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