Financial Standard unveils Digital Dozen in social mediaBY STAFF WRITER | FRIDAY, 31 OCT 2014 11:45AM
The 2014 finalists of the Financial Standard Social Media Influence, Leadership + Excellence Scholarship (or "the Smileys"), sponsored by Zurich and IRESS were announced today ahead of the awarding of the Scholarship in Sydney on Tuesday 13th November.
Read more: Financial Standard, Sydney, Tuesday 13th November, Zurich, Australia, Financial Standard Social Media Influence, Head, IRESS, Michael Kinens, Richard Dunkerley, Smileys, Adrians Chartered Accountants Chris Nairn, Atlas Wealth Management Sam Henderson, Brett Evans, Conversationalist Prize, Digital Dozen, Dominique Bergel-Grant, Equus Partners Wealth Management Liam Shorte, Facebook, Financial Standard Smileys Google Plus: FS Smileys, Financial Standard Smileys Twitter, General, Henderson Maxwell Kimberley Middlemis, Henderson Maxwell Toby Jones, Influencer Prize, Investment, IRESS Market Technology, Kimberley Middlemis, Laural Papworth, Laurel Papworth, Leapfrog Financial Michal Bodi, Marketing - Life, Media & Publisher, Michelle Baltazar, ODH Financial Planning, ODH Financial Planning Paul Wright, Prescott Securities Paul Wright, Senior Business Development Executive, Smileys Scholarship, Sydney Financial Planning Amanda Cassar, Verante Financial Planning Darren Wright, Wealth Planning Partners Steve Crawford, X&Y Wealth Management, Zurich Financial Services Australia
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