Dell, EXCOM Education and the Small Enterprise Association of Australia and New Zealand (SEAANZ) have selected ten finalists for the 2009 Dell Small Business Excellence Awards with the winner to be announced in September.
The ten finalists were chosen from over 150 applicants across a variety of industries and fields. Finalists will receive a Dell business-class laptop and training vouchers from EXCOM Education.
Among those who made the final cut were the Sydney Writers’ Centre, Fusion Books, Connect Language Services, Flexischool Systems, Veritas Engineering, QSR International, Tgarage, BuyaShed.com.au, Catalogue Central and The Personnel Risk Management Group.
A national winner will then be chosen to win consulting time with Michael Dell, USD$25,000 in Dell technology, training vouchers from EXCOM Education, one year membership to SEAANZ and registration for two people to the annual SEAANZ conference in Wellington, New Zealand.
The national winners from Australia and 12 other countries will then be considered for the 2009 global Dell Small Business Excellence Award. The prize includes USD$50,000 in Dell technology and services and benefits from global partners International Council for Small Business and Endeavor. The global winner will be announced in US fall 2009.
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