iSentia named as finalists in 2013 Wellington Gold Awards

iSentia was recently named as a finalist in the 'Wellington Gold Awards', Wellington's premier business awards. The nomination for 'Best Supporting Gold' recognises iSentia's role in providing professional services and key infrastructure to keep Wellington and NZ business growing, highlighting the importance that business makes to the region.

iSentia was among the finalists at the gala awards night, attended by 800 people including members of parliament and business leaders on June 20th. iSentia NZ General Manager David Schnellenberg said, "We were asked to take part in the awards after being recommended to the organisers by our client, the Greater Wellington Regional Council."

Congratulations to all involved. 

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