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Find the list of the 2019 ISPA Awads winners here.

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Best Partnership

Winner

Exa Networks

Commendation: Wifinity

Finalists

CityFibre

Elite

Exa Networks

RM Education

Wifinity

Entry criteria

This category is open to entrants who have shown excellent partnerships to deliver tangible change to the Internet industry, to a community, to a regulatory or infrastructure related matter. This award recognizes the success of the partnership in driving results. The partnership could involve ISPs, community organisations, local bodies or interest groups.

The submission deadline was 29th March 2019.

Judging Process

Entrants must submit a written entry form (500 words maximum) detailing the outcomes of the partnership, the journey that has been undertaken and the outcome or demonstrable change. The written entry form will be reviewed by the judges who will determine the shortlist and the winner.

Judging Criteria

Entrants should be able to demonstrate:

  • Evidence of a problem or need for the partnership
  • The strength of the partnership
  • Innovation in problem solving
  • Solutions to the barriers encountered along the way
  • The partnership journey from inception to result
  • Demonstrable and measurable benefits or sustainable change
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