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2014 NetGuide Web Awards open for sponsors…

21 Apr 2014

Techday is pleased to announce that sponsors still have time to sign up for the 2014 NetGuide Web Awards. The event is set for 30th October with voting starting in July.

Comfortably New Zealand’s most prestigious online awards event, the NetGuide Web Awards has now been running for 16 years, providing the biggest technology reach across the country.

Last year saw growth in exciting new categories, with 27 awards handed out on the night, at a jam-packed Hilton Hotel in Auckland.

With Comedian Urzila Carlson presenting, the night again promises to be a standout event on the tech calendar, with voting officially commencing in July  and closing on October 17.

For more information on how to be part of the NetGuide Web Awards, please contact your Techday Sales Account Manager or via our website by clicking here

Mark Everleigh 09 973 5959 or marke@techday.com Dave Peterson 09 913 1453 or davep@techday.com Ryan McCallum 09 973 1868 or ryanm@techday.com

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