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Judging Criteria Responses
An overview of why the candidate is outstanding e.g. highly successful entrepreneur, a leader in some industry, etc. Usually the nominator will give some background into how they know the candidate and give some special insights into their career and personality.
A measure of the way the candidate has crusaded a new business and/or technology, particularly in their own venture. The idea is that the winner has gone out on a limb to achieve things, rather than achieving things as part of their normal job. Often this is a founder ofa business who has had a vision and driven it through to fruition.
A measure of how the candidate has made a commercial success and impact in our ICT industry. The idea is that the winner needs to be more than just successful, their success should also have a measurable/notable impact in the industry. Usually their achievements are recognised on the world stage in their chosen industry or niche area.
A measure of the type of person that the candidate is, especially as a role model for younger ICT aspirers. Often the winner has many other interests, such as mentoring, involvement in the community and/or social enterprises or as a vocal advocate for some cause.