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SLT to host ‘Zero One Awards for Digital Excellence’ for 2nd consecutive year


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  • Few days more; no submission fee
  • Entries being accepted until 15 August

The SLT Zero One Awards for Digital Excellence launched in 2016 proved to be an immense success, much sought after by many in the business world. Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) is therefore proud to announce that SLT will be presenting a 2017/2018 edition of the SLT Zero One Awards (SLT #01Awards) as well.

The SLT Zero One Awards is a unique program that recognises and rewards excellence in digital initiatives across the island. This time’s edition will award businesses and/or individuals for the work undertaken during the period 2017/2018 in the areas of Best Digital-enabled Product/Service, Best Digital-Integrated Campaign, Best Community Empowerment Program, Best Digital Media Agency, Best Website or Microsite, Best Use of Mobile.

“SLT Zero One Awards taking forward with a clear vision to fill an unmet need in the marketplace by providing recognition in the digital services industry, which we have been able to identify and address through the SLT Zero One Awards Program. It was received extremely well at the 2016 edition. Therefore we thought it best to continue the concept this year as well. I believe Sri Lanka has exceptional talent in all spheres of every industry but the leaps and bounds we have made as an industry and a country in this technologically advanced era is outstanding and therefore it is vital that we give due recognition to those outstanding products/services, corporates and individuals who have made that possible,” said Ajantha Seneviratne, Group Chief Marketing Officer of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC.

SLT will be accepting entries until 15 August. The exclusive panel of esteemed judges for the 2017/2018 edition comprises of industry experts.

Awards category information, entry criteria, judging criteria and details of previous winners is available for viewing online at the www.01awards.lk website.


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