2013 here we come!

Posted by Shelley Grell on December 19th, 2012.

What a year 2012 has been … and thank heavens the holidays are here to catch a breather! With our new virtual and cloud-based structure, the inadvertent opening of our Auckland office, award wins, events, lots of referrals and new business, it’s been a whirlwind and very memorable year for Communicate IT. And we’d like to raise our glasses to our wonderful customers, suppliers and friends, in thanks for your tremendous support throughout.

This year we welcomed some awesome new clients into the fold, won the Most Innovative use of Technology category in the David Awards, and NZ Business magazine was so impressed with our story that they wrote this article about us.

NZ Fire Service photo

Some of the projects we have done include organising and promoting the Canterbury Software Summit (which was a record success – attracting 528 registrations); researching and writing a white paper for Tait Communications on Disaster Management; writing umpteen articles for Lincoln University’s Transform and Landform publications and profiles for their website; writing the Supreme Champion Canterbury and Innovation Award winning entries and working with production company Orly to create three corporate videos for Canterbury Scientific; announcing the acquisition of kiwi hi-tech success company Emendo; promoting new clients TrineoWireless NationYoobee and W2 locally and offshore; and lots more!

If you’ve missed any of this news, please remember that we regularly share and post updates on our Facebook page and website. We encourage your feedback, so please like us and visit often to keep up to date. Shannon and I will now be taking a well-earned break from Friday 21 December and the offices will be closed until Shannon starts back on 7 January. Shelley returns a week later on 14 January. If you have any urgent requirements in the meantime, please call 021 747 355 or email shelley@communicateit.co.nz. Merry Christmas and happy holidays everyone! See you in 2013.

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