Nominations for the 2016 Women in ICT Awards are closing this week, and ARN is encouraging the industry to come together to celebrate female excellence in Australia.
In its fifth year, WIICTA recognises and celebrates the achievements of talented female front runners who have become influential figures in Australia’s ICT industry.
In recognising the efforts of women in technology, ARN is encouraging female entrepreneurs and innovators to put themselves and/or their peers forward and showcase their contributions to the ICT industry.
The Entrepreneur award recognises the candidate who has achieved outstanding results in the ICT industry; an enterprising individual who has achieved success through risk-taking and initiative, often shattering the status quo in business in order to set up new ventures, products or new services.
Nominees can address risk-taking and initiative they took to achieve noted success; noted contributions to the ICT industry, and how their professional achievements have enabled new ventures, products or new services.
The Innovation award recognises the candidate who is a stand-out in delivering ‘big picture’ ideas and vision in the ICT industry, thereby responding to change and discovering unique and challenging business opportunities.
The candidate will show a proven track record of finding new and better ways of doing business, continually pushing the envelope in the ICT industry.
Nominees should address their challenging, but successful advancements in the ICT industry; most noted change made; and how they are continually pushing the envelope in the ICT industry.
The awards also recognise efforts through the achievement, rising star, shining star, technical, and community awards.
Nominations will close on Wednesday, November 2, so get your nominations in now!