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WORKetc Bags Finalist Seat in Optus My Business Awards 2016

WORKetc is in the running for not one but two different awards: ICT Business of the Year and Innovator of the Year.

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WORKetc Bags Finalist Seat in Optus My Business Awards 2016

WORKetc users aren’t the only ones in the running for some major industry awards this year. Optus and My Business magazine have just recently named WORKetc as a finalist in two categories in this year’s Optus My Business Awards.

The Optus My Business Awards is a prestigious national awards program recognizing the best businesses and individuals from across Australia’s more than 2 million SMEs. It’s hosted by My Business, Australia’s longest-running publication tailored to the small business community.

WORKetc has been named a finalist in two out of 24 total categories: Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Business of the Year and Innovator of the Year.

“We built WORKetc to help small businesses do better,” says Daniel Barnett, WORKetc’s CEO and Founder.

“By building the one business management software that lets small businesses manage their entire business from end to end, we’re helping support tens of thousands of people all over the world to do better,” he added.

“Being recognized as an Optus My Business Awards 2016 finalist definitely makes us feel like we’re on the right path to reaching our own definition of business success.”

A total of 26 high-profile judges have been given the task of determining a winner for each category. The winners will be announced at a five-star gala awards dinner on Friday, November 18th, at Sydney’s Four Points by Sheraton.

Keep your fingers crossed and wish us luck!

What’s your definition of business success? Share it with the WORKetc community by leaving a comment below!

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