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NZ Hi-Tech Awards - Entries close in 7 days

One more week to get your entries in!

Just a reminder that it's 7 days until entries close for this year's Hi-Tech Awards. It's not too late to pull your entry together: check out our categories here.

“Winning a NZ Hi-Tech Award was one of the undoubted highlights of our year. We experienced an immediate uplift in customer enquiries as well as some fantastic domestic and international media coverage”
- Grant Straker, CEO, Straker Translations

If you have started your entry, but have not submitted it yet please make sure you do so before 5pm on Monday, 6th March. We strongly recommend you don't cut it too fine!

If you have any questions, we're here to help! Send us an email at info@hitech.org.nz or call 09 308 0632.

Don't delay go to www.hitech.org.nz.

Good luck with your entry!


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