Monday, April 16, 2018
Mississauga Convention Centre
5pm – 7:30pm
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CommTech East is excited to announce the launch of an Information Communication Telecommunication (ICT) industry awards gala. Join us for an evening of fun, food, networking, entertainment and recognition.
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All awards presentations have one simple goal: To identify an outstanding business/organization and individuals in the Canadian ICT Industry and honour them publicly. No distractions. No noise. Just recognition.
A maximum of 15 Nominations per category will be reviewed by a panel of Canadian telecommunications experts. Nominations are free.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR NOMINATIONS
Please note that we only accept one nomination submission per individual or company for every award. Nominations across multiple awards and categories are allowed. One nomination per entry.
- Complete full contact details for your nomination
- Nominate the category for your submission
- Submit this form, then attach up to three links or supporting documents such as testimonials, websites or articles supporting the nomination and send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations must be accepted and approved by both the Nominee and the Canadian CommTech Show & Seminars management to be eligible for consideration.
Any questions MUST be made by written letter or email, so that answers can be provided definitively.
Award nominees must be either a Canadian business, organization or individual, serving in the Canadian ICT Industry.
Canadian Business Excellence and Innovation in ICT Award
Recognizes the Vendor, Distributor or Manufacturer candidate, who has excelled in delivering ‘big picture’ ideas products and vision in the Canadian ICT industry, thereby responding to change and discovering unique and challenging opportunities.
Canadian Individual Excellence in ICT Award
Recognizes the individual who contributed to their company’s growth through excellence in innovation. He/She must have demonstrated outstanding technical abilities in the last 12 months (product/solution design, knowledge, communication and training commitment) and demonstrate responsiveness and a can-do attitude.
The candidate will also be active in philanthropic pursuits, helping to further upcoming generations with knowledge, experience and training.
Canadian Aboriginal Community ICT Award
Recognizes the aboriginal individual or business/organization who has excelled in contributing to the betterment of an aboriginal community, demonstrating outstanding effort and results in bringing/updating relevant technology for the community.
The word limit is 200 words per question. All formatting needs to be removed from your submission- this includes: tabs, bold text, bullet marks or multiple line breaks between paragraphs.