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Nominations Open for the 2017 WITSA Global ICT Excellence Awards
The WITSA Global ICT Excellence Awards honours organisations using tech to benefit societies, governments, individuals, organisations and the private sector.
techUK is a member on your behalf to the World Information Technology & Services Alliance (WITSA) - a consortium of over 30 associations from the ICT industry around the world.
WITSA organises a biennial conference. This year’s event will be held on September 10-13 in Taipei, Taiwan (http://wcit2017.org). As part of the conference a Gala Dinner is to be held on September 12, incorporating the WITSA Global ICT Excellence Awards.
The 2017 Awards includes the following award categories:
- Public Sector
- Private Sector
- Digital Opportunity
- Sustainable Growth
- Mobile Excellence
- Innovative eHealth Solutions
- WITSA Emerging Digital Solutions
A detailed program overview, including award category descriptions, an overview of the nominations and selection processes can be found by clicking here.
The Awards are free to enter and are an excellent opportunity to raise your company’s profile on a global stage.
If you would like to be considered for nomination in one of the categories, please contact techUK CEO, Julian David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for techUK to forward the UK nominations to WITSA is Thursday 15 June 2017.
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