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Vote now for the ESET NetGuide Web and Tech Awards 2015!!!​

25 Mar 15

Vote now for the ESET NetGuide Web and Tech Awards 2015!!!

The ESET NetGuide Web and Tech Awards have become the premiere event for the online industry in New Zealand.

Every year, we celebrate the best of the best in a wide range of categories, with you, the public, voting on who takes the big prizes home!

This year, we introduced a new format on how you can vote for your favourite sites. Last month, we released the first three categories for you to vote on; ESET: Your Favourite Site 2015, Rapoo: Best Site for Gamers, and Resene: Best Real Estate.

This month's categories are

1. Air New Zealand: Best Fundraising Initiative
2. GrabOne: Best Mobile Technology 
3. 2talk: Best Shopping Site or App

Voting commences for these categories today, Wednesday 25 March 2015.

If you’re interested in sponsoring a NetGuide Web and Tech Awards category or for more information, get in contact with Ryan McCallum at ryanm@techday.com 

For more information on ESET, please visit their website.

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