Friday, 22 June 2018 01:24

Last call for entries in the 2018 Consensus Awards for Software, GreenTech and Innovation


With the Consensus Awards for Software, GreenTech and Innovation to be presented on 25 July, entries for these three categories close on 6 July, so enter now!

As we learn at the Consensus website, the organisation "specialises in the design and management of industry development/award and recognition programs", and is "committed to supporting Australian and New Zealand innovation and enterprise".

We're reminded that "all Consensus industry programs are structured to provide a development path and the tools for growth", and that "each program features clearly defined judging criteria, fully independent judges and Awards made on merit with results Endorsed by Consensus".

In addition, the organisation "works with selected Program Partners who can provide vital support services such as legal services and intellectual property protection, venture and equity capital raising, media and public relations, export and overseas venture partner facilitation".

The Consensus awards are something iTWire has also been part of, winning the Best Website Award in 2011, being a finalist in 2016 for the Best Website Award, and having iTWire editor Stan Beer win the top honour of the Kester Lifetime Achievement Award for 2016, as you can read about here

In addition, I was honoured to win the Best Feature Writer award for iTWire last year, with the full awards presentation for Software, Innovation, IT Professionals and IT Writers here.  

Now comes the last call for the 2018 Consensus Awards for the aforementioned Software, GreenTech and Innovation Awards categories, which will be presented on 25 July by Zed Seselja, Federal Assistant Minister for Jobs and Innovation, with the Awards hosted by PwC in Sydney.

The categories and links to those categories are below.

The organisation also reminds us that "if you have an innovation that you’d like to be recognised by the World’s Most Successful Awards Program, then please either email or call us", which you can do via the Consensus site here.


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Alex Zaharov-Reutt

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