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Technology Top 100 Awards 2013
TT100 Adjudicators
November 2013

Dear TT100 Entrant

We would like to thank you for submitting your company’s credentials for the 2013 Technology Top 100 Award process. Congratulations on your achievement! Your organisation was identified as the following in the emerging organisation category:

TT100 Qualfier - 2013

The Technology Top 100 programme has maintained both its national and international acclaim for its adjudication process, and, above all, for the metrics which have been developed to identify organisations that have met the exacting requirements of a Technology Top 100 qualifying organisation. As such, a number of organisations were rejected for not meeting the required criteria.

As a Technology Top 100 qualifier, you are entitled to make use of the attached Technology Top 100 Seal of Recognition, and we encourage you to display this proudly on all your stationery, advertising material and website for the ensuing year. Please note that this seal is only valid for the current year – altering it in any way to reflect subsequent years where you have not qualified is not allowed.

In congratulating you and your team, we wish to encourage you to consider reapplying for Technology Top 100 status for the 2014 programme. Details of all the qualifiers, finalists, and winners together with photographs, will be available on our website shortly.

We wish you continued success in the years ahead and look forward to interacting with you again for the TT100 programme for 2014.

With very best wishes

The TT100 Team

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