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1. OVERVIEW

PRIVACY POLICY

  1. 1.1  This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) sets out how Pause Festival Australia Pty Ltd ABN 16 622 294 946 trading as Pause Fest (“Pause”) collects, stores, uses, protects, shares and discloses your personal information. It applies to the Site and all related Sites, applications, services and tools (together the “Site”). By visiting or using the Site you agree to the collection, storage, usage and disclosure of your personal information by Pause in the manner described in this Privacy Policy.
  2. 1.2  You agree, consent and acknowledge that we may in our sole discretion transfer, disclose, licence and/or rent your personal information to a third party for that third party’s marketing or other purposes.
  3. 1.3  We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Policy at any time by posting an updated version of this Privacy Policy on the Site. By continuing to use the Site after notice of changes has been published on the Site, you are deemed to have consented to the changes.

2. DEFINITIONS

  1. 2.1  Unless otherwise defined, words defined in our Terms of Use have the same meaning in this Privacy Policy. The term “Related Entities” has the meaning set out in respect of that term in section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).
  2. 2.2  In this Privacy Policy, we use the term “personal information” to describe information that can be associated with a specific person and can be used to identify that person and includes your Information. We do not consider personal information to include information that has been made anonymous or aggregated so that it cannot be used, whether in combination with other information or otherwise, to identify a specific user of the Site (“User”).

3. HOW WE COLLECT PERSONAL INFORMATION

  1. 3.1  Pause collects personal information in a number of ways, including:
    1. (a)  when you provide information directly to Pause through the Site, in person, by phone or in writing (whether by email or any other electronic means, or otherwise);
    2. (b)  when you visit and/or use the Site, in which case, Pause records information sent to us by your computer, mobile device or other access device; and
    3. (c)  from third parties such as Pause’s Related Entities, service providers to Pause, operators of linked Sites, applications and advertising on the Site.
  2. 3.2  In some circumstances, personal information is provided to us by third parties or other organisations conducting activities on your behalf. It is assumed that you have provided consent for your personal information to be used and disclosed to us this way.

4. WHAT WE COLLECT

4.1 We may collect the following types of personal information in order to provide the Services:

  1. (a)  your name, phone number, mobile telephone number, email address, and other contact information;
  2. (b)  any information provided by you;
  3. (c)  personal information based on your activities on the Site;
  1. (d)  personal information you provide to us through any discussions boards, correspondence, member information pages, disputes, or shared by you from other social applications, services or Sites;
  2. (e)  to the extent permitted by law, other personal information provided by or obtained from third parties (such as a credit bureau) including navigation and demographic data and credit check information;
  3. (f)  additional personal information we ask you to provide to verify your identity or when we suspect that you are in breach of our Terms of Use or Customers Terms and Conditions, this Privacy Policy or other Site policies (including your personal ID and your answers to any questions we pose to you);
  4. (g)  personal information from your interaction with the Site and its content and advertising, including without limitation device identifiers, device type, geo-location information, connection information, statistics on page views, traffic to and from the Site, mobile network information, time, date, referring URL, the type of operating system and browser, ad data, IP address and standard web log data; and
  5. (h)  any other information we consider may assist us in marketing our services.
  1. 4.2  We understand the importance of protecting children’s privacy. The Site and any other related sites such as our Facebook, LinkedIn or other social media pages are not intentionally designed for or directed at children under the age of 13 years. It is our policy never to knowingly collect or maintain information about anyone under the age of 13.
  2. 4.3  We do not intentionally collect personal information from individuals under 18 years of age. If you are not over 18 years old you must not provide us with your personal information.
  3. 4.4  In the event you do not provide personal information that we request, we may not be able to provide our Services to you.

5. AUTOMATIC COLLECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION

5.1 When you visit our Site, our Internet Service Provider automatically records the following information about you:

  1. (a)  your server address;
  2. (b)  the Site you visited immediately prior to ours;
  3. (c)  your domain name;
  4. (d)  date and time of your visit to our Site;
  5. (e)  pages you accessed and the information or documents you downloaded;
  6. (f)  type of browser you used; and
  7. (g)  any other information we request our Internet Service Provider to record from time to time.

6. HOW PERSONAL INFORMATION IS USED

6.1 Our principal purpose in collecting, using and storing your personal information is to provide the Services in a personalised, safe and efficient manner. You consent to us collecting, using, storing, sharing and disclosing your personal information to:

  1. (a)  operate the Site, generate content and provide customer support and payment services (including updates and improvements);
  2. (b)  provide, administer and manage the Services;
  3. (c)  research, develop and improve the Services;
  4. (d)  organise ticketing arrangements with you;
  5. (e)  communicate with you;
  6. (f)  conduct surveys to determine use and satisfaction with the Services;
  7. (g)  generate statistics in relation to the Site;
  8. (h)  detect, investigate and prevent potentially unlawful acts, omissions or acts or omissions with the potential to breach our Terms of Use or Customers Terms and Conditions, this Privacy Policy or any other Policy;
  9. (i)  enforce our Terms of Use or Customers Terms and Conditions, this Privacy Policy or any other Policy;
  10. (j)  verify information for accuracy or completeness (including by way of verification with third parties);
  11. (k)  comply with our legal obligations, a request by a governmental agency, regulatory authority or legally binding court order;
  12. (l)  combine or aggregate your personal information with information we collect from third parties and use it for the purposes set out this Privacy Policy;
  13. (m)  aggregate and/or make anonymous your personal information, so that it cannot be used, whether in combination with other information or otherwise, to identify you;
  14. (n)  collect fees, resolve disputes and to identify, test and resolve problems;
  15. (o)  respond to or resolve claims that you have violated the rights of others;
  16. (p)  notify you about the Site and updates to the Site from time to time;
  17. (q)  supply you with generalised, targeted or personalised marketing, advertising and promotional notices, offers and communications, and measure and improve our marketing, advertising and promotions based on your ad customisation preferences; or
  18. (r)  protect a person’s rights, property or safety.
  1. 6.2  In the event we share your personal information to third parties in accordance with this clause you agree and acknowledge that Pause does not control the use, storage or disclosure of that information by such third parties (nor their privacy policies if any), who may apply different privacy rules and practices. As a result, in the event you suffer a Loss as a result of the conduct of such third parties in relation to the handling of your personal information, you release and hold harmless Pause (and its Related Entities, officers, directors, agents, employees and contractors) from actions, claims, demands and Losses of every kind and nature, known and unknown, suspected and unsuspected, disclosed and undisclosed, arising out of or in any way connected with such Loss.
  2. 6.3  If you access the Site from a shared device or a device of a third party (such as in an internet café), your personal information may also be available to other persons who access that device.

7. DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

  1. 7.1  By submitting data to us electronically, you are providing explicit consent to trans-border transmission of data collected via our Site.
  2. 7.2  We may disclose your personal information to third parties for the purposes contained in clause 6, including without limitation to:
    1. (a)  our staff members;
    2. (b)  contractors and outsourced service providers who manage the services we provide to you, including:-
      1. (i)  information technology service providers;
      2. (ii)  ticketing and delivery agencies;
      3. (iii)  installation, maintenance and repair service providers;
      4. (iv)  market research organisations; and
      5. (v)  debt-recovery agencies;
    3. (c)  your authorised representatives;
    4. (d)  third parties to whom you expressly ask us to send, or consent to us sending, your personal information;
    5. (e)  our professional advisers, including accountants, lawyers and auditors;
    6. (f)  government and regulatory authorities and other similar organisations, as required or authorised by law;
    7. (g)  our Related Entities; and
    8. (h)  such entities that we propose to merge with or be acquired by.

8. OTHER PUBLICATIONS

8.1 Pause may enable Users to publish comments on certain parts of the Site. If you comment on a publication on the Site, then those comments, including any personal information provided by you or a third party (including your name) may be available and visible to Users.

9. USE OF COOKIES

  1. 9.1  We (or a third party providing services to Pause) may use cookies, pixel tags, “flash cookies”, or other local storage provided by your browser or associated applications (each a Cookie and together Cookies). A Cookie is a small file that may be placed on your computer when you visit the Site. Cookies are used on some parts of the Site. Most browsers now recognise when a cookie is offered and permit you to refuse or accept it. If you are not sure whether your browser has this capability, you should check with the software manufacturer, your company’s technology help desk or your internet service provider. If Cookies are disabled, Pause may not be able to provide you with the full range of Pause’s Services.
  2. 9.2  Cookies may collect and store your personal information. This Privacy Policy applies to personal information collected via Cookies. You consent and acknowledge that we collect your personal information through Cookies.
  1. 9.3  Cookies may be used to provide you with the Services, including to identify you as a User of the Site, remember your preferences, customise and measure the effectiveness of the Site and our promotions, advertising and marketing, analyse your usage of the Site, and for security purposes.
  2. 9.4  You also may encounter Cookies used by third parties and placed on certain pages of the Site that we do not control and have not authorised (such as webpages created by another User). Pause is not responsible nor liable for the use of such Cookies.
  3. 9.5  The Site may also include links to third party Sites (including links created by users or members) and applications and advertising delivered to the Site by third parties (Linked Sites). Organisations who operate Linked Sites may collect personal information including through the use of Cookies. Pause is not responsible nor liable for Linked Sites and recommends that you read the privacy policies of such Linked Sites before disclosing your personal information. For the avoidance of doubt Linked Sites are not subject to this Privacy Policy.
  4. 9.6  The Site is hosted by an online service provider which may change from time to time. Our service providers’ use of Cookies is not covered by our Privacy Policy.
  5. 9.7  We reserve the right to collect more extensive information about any attempted access to our Site that raises security issues and make the appropriate disclosures to the relevant authorities.

10. NO SPAM, SPYWARE OR SPOOFING

  1. 10.1  You are prohibited from engaging in spam, spyware or spoofing type activities, regardless of whether directed towards Pause or other users of Pause.
  2. 10.2  You must not use the Site or anything related to the Site such as emails, to send, upload or distribute spam, viruses or malicious, illegal or prohibited content to the Site or otherwise send content that would breach our Terms of Use, Customers Terms and Conditions or this Privacy Policy.
  3. 10.3  We may (or may engage a third party service provider to) take steps to scan and filter messages to check for spam, viruses, phishing attacks and other malicious activity or unlawful or content prohibited by this Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use or Customers Terms and Conditions.
  4. 10.4  To report spam, spyware or spoof activities to Pause, please email us.

11. STORAGE AND SECURITY

11.1 We store and process your personal information on our host’s servers, currently located in multiple locations around the world. You consent to the transfer, storage and retention of that information onto the servers of our host provider used from time to time by Pause, regardless of the location of those servers.

11.2

11.3 To the extent permitted by law, we reserve the right to retain and store your personal information for such period as is deemed necessary by Pause in its sole discretion. If we determine that we no longer need to hold your personal information, we will take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify that information.

Pause has put in place appropriate safeguards to prevent unauthorized access to your personal information. Although we take such efforts to protect your personal information from loss,

misuse, unauthorised access or alteration by third parties, you should be aware that there is always some risk involved in transmitting information over the Internet. Pause cannot assure you that the personal information we may collect in the future will never be disclosed in a

manner inconsistent with this Privacy Policy

12. CORRECTION OF INACCURATE, MISLEADING OR INCORRECT INFORMATION

12.1 If Pause holds your personal information and, having regard to the purpose for which the information is held, becomes satisfied or reasonably suspicious that the information being held is inaccurate, out of date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, Pause may:

(a) Take such steps (if any) as are reasonable in the circumstances to correct that information to ensure that the information is accurate, up to date, complete, relevant and not misleading.

12.2 If Pause alters any of your personal information that it holds as under clause 12.1 above, it must take such steps (if any) as are reasonable in the circumstances to give notification to you that your information has been altered unless it is impracticable or unlawful to do so.

13. INFORMATION SHARING WITH SOCIAL SITES

13.1 We may offer services that allow you to share public aspects of the Site with third party Sites such as Google Plus, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and others social media Sites.

14. ACCESS TO INFORMATION

  1. 14.1  You may request to access the personal information we hold about you. All requests for access will be processed within a reasonable time.
  2. 14.2  In certain instances we may not be required or able to provide you with access to your personal information. If this occurs we will give you reasons for our decision not to provide you with such access to your personal information.
  3. 14.3  There is no application fee for making a request to access your personal information. However, we may charge an administrative fee for the provision of information in certain circumstances such as if you make repeated requests for information or where the information is held by a third party provider.

15. OPTING OUT

15.1 You may opt out of receiving our marketing, advertising and promotional notices, offers and communications by communicating this to us by email.

16. CONTACT US

  1. 16.1  If you receive communications purporting to be connected with us or our services that you believe have been sent to you other than in accordance with this Privacy Policy, or in breach of any law, please contact us by email.
  2. 16.2  If you have a question regarding this Privacy Policy or you would like to make a complaint, please contact our Privacy Officer by email.

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Category tracks



The Culture track seeks entries that exemplify the development of an inclusive and collaborative workplace culture, crucial for organisational success and growth. Submissions should illustrate transformative strategies implemented across core business functions, reflecting expertise, leadership, and a clear vision. These strategies should demonstrate a positive impact on the business, its employees, stakeholders, and customers, showcasing how a nurturing culture contributes to overall growth and innovation.

The Excellence track celebrates businesses that have demonstrated remarkable success and impact within their industry, regardless of their size. Entries for this category should illustrate how the business's strategic execution, guided by visionary leadership and exceptional expertise, has significantly influenced the industry. The focus will be on the tangible outcomes of these strategies, highlighting the company's ability to innovate, lead, and leave a lasting impression in its field.

The Good track is focused on recognising companies dedicated to their mission of creating a positive societal impact. Entries should highlight innovative solutions aimed at addressing global challenges such as environmental sustainability, social equity, and community well-being. Successful submissions will demonstrate how their initiatives contribute to significant changes, tackling issues like gender inequality, social imbalance, and injustice, thereby setting a precedent for responsible and impactful business practices.

Awarded to a single entry in a category, Grand Prix is the top accolade in that category. To win the Grand Prix, the entire Judging Board must unanimously agree that the entry deserves the accolade of being the best in that category.

The Growth track is about showcasing how businesses have enhanced productivity and execution to make a significant impact in their market. Entries should highlight innovative strategies that have optimised the customer journey, leading to increased engagement and commercial success. This track is for those who have effectively used their understanding of the market and customer needs to scale their business and achieve notable growth.

The Operators track seeks entries that showcase leadership in fostering innovation within their ecosystems. Ideal submissions will highlight how your initiatives have catalysed the creation of new products or services, bolstered by a culture that uplifts internal teams and the wider community. This track celebrates those who drive progress by empowering voices and forging transformative connections in their industry.


Categories


  • Always Evolving New

    Acknowledges a culture of continuous learning and improvement within a company, encourages employee development, and always looks for ways to optimise and innovate operations.


  • Big & Mighty Culture New

    Recognises companies (51-1000 employees) for their exceptional efforts in cultivating a culture that champions innovation.


  • Diverse Co.

    Celebrates workplaces dedicated to fostering innovation through a vibrant tapestry of diverse talents and perspectives.


  • Small & Mighty Culture New

    Applauds small teams of fewer than 50 employees for their remarkable ability to foster innovation and set new benchmarks in their domain.


  • Work Sweet Work

    Acknowledges companies that have achieved extraordinary employee engagement, satisfaction, and retention, creating an exemplary workplace culture.


  • Company of the Year

    Honours an outstanding company that not only showcases exemplary leadership and resilience but also demonstrates a clear, quantifiable impact over the past year.


  • Customer Obsessed New

    Applauds prioritisation, understanding and meeting the needs and expectations of their customers, including feedback, personalised services and ensuring high satisfaction.


  • Defiant Ones

    Recognises firms that lead technological innovation, setting new standards and defining the future of their industries.


  • Hammer

    Celebrates companies that have not only defined success on their own terms but have also concretely demonstrated their triumphs over the past year.


  • I Wish I'd Done That

    Applauds ingenious, simple solutions in niche markets that spark a universal sentiment of admiration.


  • On the Rise

    Celebrates early-stage startups, under 4 years, that have shown remarkable progress and success in their initial years.


  • Prodigy

    Recognises young visionaries under 30 with outstanding talents and achievements, setting them apart in their fields.


  • Singularity

    Highlights AI-driven companies that are pioneering new services or integrating AI to create innovative products.


  • Women in Business

    Celebrates female entrepreneurs and leaders who are forging paths for future generations by creating more equitable opportunities.


  • B-Good

    Recognises businesses that redefine commercial success by positively transforming our economic system for the benefit of all stakeholders.


  • Circular Pioneer

    Celebrates companies at the forefront of circular economy practices, making substantial and sustainable differences.


  • Ethical Leadership New

    Commends companies exemplifying leadership in environmental and social governance, setting standards in corporate responsibility and ethical practices.


  • Going Green

    Acknowledges companies leading large-scale sustainable initiatives, addressing critical areas like clean energy and environmental justice.


  • Collab New

    Honours strategic partnerships and alliances with other businesses to leverage complementary strengths, access new markets, and share resources for synergistic growth and innovation.


  • Design First

    Celebrates companies where design is the heartbeat of innovation, engaging the whole team in crafting groundbreaking products.


  • Going Global New

    Applauds companies that have expanded their reach globally, showcasing exceptional growth and international success.


  • Great Pivot

    Acknowledges companies that adeptly navigate change, leveraging insights to pivot towards delivering outstanding products.


  • Movement

    Recognises unforgettable event experiences that resonate emotionally, drive social change, or achieve viral status.


  • New Model

    Honours businesses revolutionising markets with elegant and disruptive business models.


  • Next Level New

    Applauds companies which had successful strategic acquisition and integration of another entity, staff or an asset that allowed them to further grow and scale their services.


  • Wildfire

    Celebrates companies that have rapidly and significantly impacted their marketplace, online and offline, setting new standards for success.


  • Angel

    Honours visionary angel investors who've significantly contributed to early-stage startups, guiding them toward success.


  • C-Suite

    Recognises exceptional leadership qualities in high-ranking executives, showcasing their management and interpersonal excellence.


  • Creative Maverick New

    Honours unconventional thinkers with exceptional abilities to execute typically unimaginable initiatives, expertly coordinate teams, secure funding or successfully launch multiple ventures.


  • Ecosystem Star

    Celebrates individuals who energise and nurture their communities, fostering engagement and advocacy.


  • Future Builder

    Recognises the determination and resilience of founders who've embarked on the challenging journey of starting their own ventures.


  • Quiet Achiever New

    Applauds the unsung heroes whose behind-the-scenes efforts have led to flawless project executions and exceeded expectations.


  • Splash Down Under New

    Acknowledges international companies making a noteworthy entrance into the Australian market, enriching the local business ecosystem.


  • TopCoder

    Recognises developers for their outstanding technical skills, clean code, and collaborative spirit.


  • Venture Cap

    Salutes venture capital firms with a track record of backing transformative businesses, contributing significantly to Australia's economic growth.


  • Visionary New

    Recognises effective leadership by setting a clear vision, motivating the team, and making strategic decisions that guide their business towards its goals.

Category tracks



The Culture track seeks entries that exemplify the development of an inclusive and collaborative workplace culture, crucial for organisational success and growth. Submissions should illustrate transformative strategies implemented across core business functions, reflecting expertise, leadership, and a clear vision. These strategies should demonstrate a positive impact on the business, its employees, stakeholders, and customers, showcasing how a nurturing culture contributes to overall growth and innovation.

The Excellence track celebrates businesses that have demonstrated remarkable success and impact within their industry, regardless of their size. Entries for this category should illustrate how the business's strategic execution, guided by visionary leadership and exceptional expertise, has significantly influenced the industry. The focus will be on the tangible outcomes of these strategies, highlighting the company's ability to innovate, lead, and leave a lasting impression in its field.

The Good track is focused on recognising companies dedicated to their mission of creating a positive societal impact. Entries should highlight innovative solutions aimed at addressing global challenges such as environmental sustainability, social equity, and community well-being. Successful submissions will demonstrate how their initiatives contribute to significant changes, tackling issues like gender inequality, social imbalance, and injustice, thereby setting a precedent for responsible and impactful business practices.

Awarded to a single entry in a category, Grand Prix is the top accolade in that category. To win the Grand Prix, the entire Judging Board must unanimously agree that the entry deserves the accolade of being the best in that category.

The Growth track is about showcasing how businesses have enhanced productivity and execution to make a significant impact in their market. Entries should highlight innovative strategies that have optimised the customer journey, leading to increased engagement and commercial success. This track is for those who have effectively used their understanding of the market and customer needs to scale their business and achieve notable growth.

The Operators track seeks entries that showcase leadership in fostering innovation within their ecosystems. Ideal submissions will highlight how your initiatives have catalysed the creation of new products or services, bolstered by a culture that uplifts internal teams and the wider community. This track celebrates those who drive progress by empowering voices and forging transformative connections in their industry.


Categories


  • Always Evolving New

    Acknowledges a culture of continuous learning and improvement within a company, encourages employee development, and always looks for ways to optimise and innovate operations.


  • Big & Mighty Culture New

    Recognises companies (51-1000 employees) for their exceptional efforts in cultivating a culture that champions innovation.


  • Diverse Co.

    Celebrates workplaces dedicated to fostering innovation through a vibrant tapestry of diverse talents and perspectives.


  • Small & Mighty Culture New

    Applauds small teams of fewer than 50 employees for their remarkable ability to foster innovation and set new benchmarks in their domain.


  • Work Sweet Work

    Acknowledges companies that have achieved extraordinary employee engagement, satisfaction, and retention, creating an exemplary workplace culture.


  • Company of the Year

    Honours an outstanding company that not only showcases exemplary leadership and resilience but also demonstrates a clear, quantifiable impact over the past year.


  • Customer Obsessed New

    Applauds prioritisation, understanding and meeting the needs and expectations of their customers, including feedback, personalised services and ensuring high satisfaction.


  • Defiant Ones

    Recognises firms that lead technological innovation, setting new standards and defining the future of their industries.


  • Hammer

    Celebrates companies that have not only defined success on their own terms but have also concretely demonstrated their triumphs over the past year.


  • I Wish I'd Done That

    Applauds ingenious, simple solutions in niche markets that spark a universal sentiment of admiration.


  • On the Rise

    Celebrates early-stage startups, under 4 years, that have shown remarkable progress and success in their initial years.


  • Prodigy

    Recognises young visionaries under 30 with outstanding talents and achievements, setting them apart in their fields.


  • Singularity

    Highlights AI-driven companies that are pioneering new services or integrating AI to create innovative products.


  • Women in Business

    Celebrates female entrepreneurs and leaders who are forging paths for future generations by creating more equitable opportunities.


  • B-Good

    Recognises businesses that redefine commercial success by positively transforming our economic system for the benefit of all stakeholders.


  • Circular Pioneer

    Celebrates companies at the forefront of circular economy practices, making substantial and sustainable differences.


  • Ethical Leadership New

    Commends companies exemplifying leadership in environmental and social governance, setting standards in corporate responsibility and ethical practices.


  • Going Green

    Acknowledges companies leading large-scale sustainable initiatives, addressing critical areas like clean energy and environmental justice.


  • Collab New

    Honours strategic partnerships and alliances with other businesses to leverage complementary strengths, access new markets, and share resources for synergistic growth and innovation.


  • Design First

    Celebrates companies where design is the heartbeat of innovation, engaging the whole team in crafting groundbreaking products.


  • Going Global New

    Applauds companies that have expanded their reach globally, showcasing exceptional growth and international success.


  • Great Pivot

    Acknowledges companies that adeptly navigate change, leveraging insights to pivot towards delivering outstanding products.


  • Movement

    Recognises unforgettable event experiences that resonate emotionally, drive social change, or achieve viral status.


  • New Model

    Honours businesses revolutionising markets with elegant and disruptive business models.


  • Next Level New

    Applauds companies which had successful strategic acquisition and integration of another entity, staff or an asset that allowed them to further grow and scale their services.


  • Wildfire

    Celebrates companies that have rapidly and significantly impacted their marketplace, online and offline, setting new standards for success.


  • Angel

    Honours visionary angel investors who've significantly contributed to early-stage startups, guiding them toward success.


  • C-Suite

    Recognises exceptional leadership qualities in high-ranking executives, showcasing their management and interpersonal excellence.


  • Creative Maverick New

    Honours unconventional thinkers with exceptional abilities to execute typically unimaginable initiatives, expertly coordinate teams, secure funding or successfully launch multiple ventures.


  • Ecosystem Star

    Celebrates individuals who energise and nurture their communities, fostering engagement and advocacy.


  • Future Builder

    Recognises the determination and resilience of founders who've embarked on the challenging journey of starting their own ventures.


  • Quiet Achiever New

    Applauds the unsung heroes whose behind-the-scenes efforts have led to flawless project executions and exceeded expectations.


  • Splash Down Under New

    Acknowledges international companies making a noteworthy entrance into the Australian market, enriching the local business ecosystem.


  • TopCoder

    Recognises developers for their outstanding technical skills, clean code, and collaborative spirit.


  • Venture Cap

    Salutes venture capital firms with a track record of backing transformative businesses, contributing significantly to Australia's economic growth.


  • Visionary New

    Recognises effective leadership by setting a clear vision, motivating the team, and making strategic decisions that guide their business towards its goals.

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