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Last chance to vote for the most innovative company in Australia

Published 05 December 2012 10:20, Updated 06 December 2012 05:28

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This is your last chance to vote in the BRW 30 Most Innovative Companies People’s Choice award with the results from the official judges panel revealed in the magazine tomorrow. After more than a week of public voting Buzz Products remains in the lead – Buzz designed the Qantas Q Bag Tag – the world’s first integration of RFID technology into bag tags which synchronises a passenger’s travel details with their luggage.

Buzz is one of the companies that has been identified by BRW and Inventium as one of the top 30 most innovative companies in Australia. The full list of the top 30 has been released here in alphabetical order – follow the link to vote.

Janison, an online education specialist, and Apricus, a solar hot water company, are in second and third place respectively.

The judges’s official decisions will be revealed in BRW tomorrow, so there is only one day left for public voting. Please note that the public voting will not affect the judges decision, but instead allow a people’s choice award to be announced on www.brw.com.au.

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