Australian IT Journalism Awards welcomes Amazon Web ServicesBy Mike Woodcock in Marcoms News on Thursday, 16th January 2020 at 8:23am
Joining Watterson Communications & Enex Testlab, Amazon's support enables the Lizzies to be held every year.
MediaConnect CEO Phil Sim: "The IT Journalism Awards are a fantastic opportunity for the technology industry to show their appreciation for Australia's technology media community. As such, we're delighted to welcome another of the IT sector's premier brands, in Amazon Web Services, as a supporter of these awards and thank them for helping us to recognise the tremendous work that Australia's technology media produce."
We look forward to working with Dan Chamberlain, Talia Spink and the rest of the Amazon team to deliver a memorable night.
To find out more about supporting the Australian IT Journalism Awards, please contact Commercial Director Mike Woodcock, and for updates on awards entries (closing Friday Jan 17th) contact CCO Craig Daveson, or visit www.TheLizzies.com.
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