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PHOTO GALLERY: "New look" 2018 Microsoft NZ Partner Awards

22 Jun 18

Last night Microsoft New Zealand held its annual Partner Awards in Shed 10, Auckland.

Outstanding New Zealand business partners were recognised and honoured that have been demonstrating inventive use of digital technology, with the awards open all Microsoft partners big and small.

More than 400 attended the event, with Microsoft New Zealand One Commercial partner director Phil Goldie noting that the quality of entries this year was of spectacular merit.

“This year the judges were incredibly impressed by the high calibre of entries. It was a genuine challenge to pick the winners in so many closely contested categories,” says Goldie.

Check out some of the photos from the event below, and click here to see the full list of winners.

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