New Zealand CIO Awards - call for entries!
- 11 March, 2012 22:00
The 2012 New Zealand CIO Awards reward our ICT industry’s most innovative leaders, rising
stars and teams. Entries and nominations are open until 20 April: www.cio.co.nz/cioawards.
“It’s a chance for you and your company to celebrate the hard work and achievements of
the past 12 months,” says CIO editor Divina Paredes. “
Join last year’s winners ASB Bank, HairyLemon Web Solutions and Potentia as front-runners of New Zealand’s ICT industry.”
The award categories are:
CIO of the Year, sponsored by NetApp
Emerging ICT Leader (aged between 35 - 50), sponsored by Hays IT
Executive Team of the Year, sponsored by ClearPoint (a new category)
CIO Lifetime Contribution Award, sponsored by SAP
The award winners will be celebrated at the 2012 CIO Summit on 25 & 26 June at SKYCITY
Convention Centre in Auckland
Themed "The Leadership Imperative: Business growth, agility, collaboration", the two-day
event features a mix of top-level local and international thought-leaders and practitioners.
CIO Summit attracts more than 400 CIOs and business executives.
Registrations are open at www.ciosummit.co.nz
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