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Winners revealed: ARN 30 Under 30 Tech Awards 2019

Winners revealed: ARN 30 Under 30 Tech Awards 2019

Outstanding young individuals honoured during fourth Emerging Leaders forum

ARN has honoured the top young talent to emerge in the Australian IT industry at the inaugural 2019 30 Under 30 Tech Awards.

Held at The Ivy Sunroomn Sydney, the awards recognised the outstanding achievements and business excellence of 30 talented individuals, across both young leaders and those just starting out.

The winners were announced as part of ARN’s fourth Emerging Leaders forum, an event which has been dedicated to identifying, educating and showcasing the Australian technology market’s rising stars since 2016.

Honing in on six categories, spanning management, entrepreneur, sales, marketing, technical and human resources, the awards acknowledged a breadth and depth of talent and success from Australia’s future technology leaders.

Judged by an Emerging Leaders' panel, the awards saw an even split of winners between marketing, management and technical, while sales accounted for the bulk of award recipients.

In order to celebrate their achievement, all winners received certificates, award logos and email signatures.

ARN congratulates all winners and finalists and thanks all organisations and individuals for taking the time to submit nominations.

SALES

This award honours sales professionals who go above and beyond in the daily working lives. You should demonstrate excellence and a vital contribution to your current employer and a burning desire to progress your career.

Winners:

  • Penny Rhode, Araza

  • Roger Rivera, Arrow ECS ANZ

  • Jayati Gulati, blueAPACHE

  • Daniel Quattrocchi, Cisco

  • Lauren Escalona, Datto

  • Tegan Stuart, Green Light Worldwide

  • Kate Basten, Juniper Networks

  • Jack Haynes, Sophos

  • Halen Youles, The Missing Link

  • Aurélie Viger, Vibrato

MARKETING

This award honours marketing professionals who go above and beyond in the daily working lives. You should demonstrate excellence and a vital contribution to your current employer and a burning desire to progress your career.

Winners:

  • Matthew Kusi-Appauh, Aussie Broadband

  • Nathan Matthews, HP

  • Sharlie Raymond, Outcomex

  • Kathleen Grahame, Sophos

  • Matthew Wu, Telstra

MANAGEMENT

This award recognises managers who go above and beyond in the daily working lives. You should demonstrate excellence and a vital contribution to your current employer and a burning desire to progress your career.

  • Amy Reynolds, APCD

  • Jason Duerden, BlackBerry Cylance

  • Tayler Feigl, Datto

  • Lorna Guerin, Nextgen

  • Christopher Demery, Seccom Global

TECHNICAL

This award honours individuals who possess superior technical expertise and innovation skills. You should go above and beyond in your daily working life, demonstrate excellence and a vital contribution to your current employer, and a burning desire to progress your career.

Winners:

  • Raymond Lie, Dimension Data

  • Cameron Zivkovic, Insight

  • Priom Mashuk, Insentra

  • Ramon Valery, Rubrik

  • Matt Watson, Solista

HUMAN RESOURCES

This award honours HR professionals who go above and beyond in the daily working lives. You should demonstrate excellence and a vital contribution to your current employer and a burning desire to progress your career.

Winners:

  • Cara Perks, Araza

  • Molly Rowe, Vibrato

ENTREPRENEUR

This award champions entrepreneurs who have taken the plunge and followed their passions to the start-up community. Roles including: founder, CEO, owner, partner, managing director.

Winners:

  • Brendan Dunne, BDC Services

  • Callum McDonald, CSW-IT

  • Ilia Vince, Qubasoft


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