Awards Recognition For EduNation Ltd
InfoLab21 resident company EduNation Ltd have been highlighted in two major ICT sector awards.
EduNation Ltd's innovative tutor-matching website, First Tutors, is shortlisted for Best E-Business in the renowned Big Chip Awards, the North West's premier digital industry awards.
In the same month, Managing Director, Anita Moss, was also a national finalist in the prestigious Blackberry Women and Technology Awards for Best Use of Technology by a Woman under 30, again in recognition of First Tutors.
Anita said, "We're delighted to have been recognised in this way, particularly as we are being judged against Goliaths like IBM, Vision Express and Thomas Cook in our finalist categories. These nominations demonstrate that a small team can really challenge a market with the right idea and we're very excited about now moving into applying our expertise to client solutions."
EduNation Ltd will be building on this success by moving into delivering innovative solutions for new small business clients over the next few months.
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