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.
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