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2015 NetGuide Web Awards open for sponsors

19 Jan 15

The NetGuide Web Awards are the premiere awards for the online industry in New Zealand.

The awards have operated for 16 years. In 2014 over over 200,000 votes were cast in 24 categories.

This culminated in a ceremony held at the Auckland Hilton Hotel in November 2014. At which Grabone.co.nz won the overall Best Site category.

We're now seeking expressions of interest for organisations to sponsor one of the categories in our 2015 awards programme.

"We've got some exciting plans around use of Mobile Apps to continue the momentum of these prestigious awards" said NetGuide Publisher Sean Mitchell.

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