2016 ARN ICT Industry Awards: Only 5 days left to nominate

2016 ARN ICT Industry Awards: Only 5 days left to nominate

Don’t miss out – nominate now

Time is running out. If you’re reading this and have yet to nominate for the 2016 ARN ICT Industry Awards, the time for action is now.

Nominations will close at 11.59pm on Monday, June 20.

To the many companies and individuals who have already nominated, thank you for doing so, and getting your entries in on time - we applaud your efforts.

To those of you who are yet to nominate, as the deadline looms, please NOMINATE NOW. To nominate, simply click on this link – the nominations page – and submit your entries.

In its tenth year of running, the ARN awards recognise and celebrate industry excellence over the past 12 months.

As the time to nominate runs out, companies and individuals have a chance to self-nominate across eight categories including community, personal innovation, vendor, distributor, reseller, telecommunications, homegrown innovators, and Cloud.

Each category has four to six questions as part of the award criteria - with a varied mix of questions, you have a chance to put your best foot forward in answering the criteria, but please limit your responses to the 250 maximum word count set per question.

We strongly recommend companies only self-nominate to ensure the best chance of success with our 100-strong judging panel.

Please note that you can only nominate once to be in the running for your chosen award (other nominations cannot be considered). Include your name, company name and email address to be in the running.

Channel Choice awards open Friday, July 1 and run until July 29, 2016.

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