One month to go to apply for DTI/Inter Forum award

Gomm, Karen
June 2004
Computer Weekly;6/29/2004, p14
Trade Publication
The application deadline for this year's prestigious DTI/InterForum E-commerce Awards is approaching. Any business wishing to enter has just one month to do so. The awards are open to any Great Britain organisation with fewer than 250 employees and they reward SMEs for innovation in the application of information and communication technologies to improve their business performance. Great Britain businesses have more than 60 regional opportunities to win part of the total £214,000 cash prize with 12 regions and five regional and national categories, while there are also three national innovation categories. The DTI/InterForum E-commerce Awards were set up by the DTI and InterForum and are sponsored nationally by the Royal Bank of Scotland PLC.


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