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The shortlist for the PriceCheck Tech and E-commerce awards revealed

September 7, 2017 • Finance, Mobile and Telecoms, Online & Social, Retail, Southern Africa, Top Stories

The nominees for the PriceCheck Tech and E-commerce awards revealed

The nominees for the PriceCheck Tech and E-commerce awards revealed (image: garagestock)

After a record number of votes, 44,500, were cast to determine South Africa’s leading players in Tech & E-commerce, PriceCheck, the hosts of the awards, revealed on Monday, 5 September 2017, the companies who have been shortlisted across the various categories for the 2017 awards.

The gala event and awards ceremony aims to recognise and celebrate outstanding South African organisations and individuals in the e-commerce and technology industries.

Kevin Tucker, founder of PriceCheck speaking on the awards said, “We are excited to be able to recognise the talent, skill, passion and creativity of those pioneering the local industry. With thousands nominated by their peers and supporters, the public, and subsequently our panel of expert judges, have narrowed it down to a shortlist of just 44 leading organisations and individuals.”

The 2017 PriceCheck Tech & E-commerce Awards Nominees are:

1. Best Fintech Platform:

  • Yoco
  • SnapScan

2. Best Use of Tech by an NGO:

  • Freshbox
  • Santa Shoebox Project
  • Mother of peace

3. Best Delivery/Logistics Provider:

  • Fedex
  • PostNet
  • Fastway

4. Best Mobile Shopping Experience:

  • Woolworths
  • Clicks
  • Spree

5. Best Travel Booking Service:

  • Travelstart
  • Airbnb
  • Tripadvisor

6. Best On-Demand Service:

  • Uber
  • Taxify
  • Mr D Food

7. Best Niche Shopping Experience:

  • Superbalist
  • OneDayOnly
  • NetFlorist

8. Best Small Tech/E-commerce Business:

  • TheKidZone
  • Planet54
  • Seeds for Africa

9. Best Online Classifieds Service:

  • Cars.co.za
  • Gumtree
  • Property24
  • Bikehub

10. Best Marketplace Platform:

  • takealot.com
  • Bidorbuy

11. Best Customer Service:

  • Bidorbuy
  • Afrihost
  • takealot.com

12. Best Female in Tech/E Commerce:

  • Kim Irwin (FrontRow Hair)
  • Robyn Smith (Faithful to Nature)
  • Arlene Mulder (WeThinkCode)

13. Employer of the year:

  • Domestly
  • Yuppiechef.com
  • RunwaySale

14. People’s Choice:

  • Bidorbuy
  • takealot.com
  • Makro

15. E-Commerce Service of the Year

  • Superbalist
  • Travelstart
  • takealot.com

The winners of each category, selected by this year’s panel of expert judges – including Michele Lozzo, Dan Guasco, Geoff Cohen, Mich Atagana, Matthew Buckland and Lynette Hundermark – will be announced at the awards ceremony at The Westin Cape Town Hotel on Thursday, 14 September 2017.

“It is definitely going to be a night to remember as we find out who comes out on top. Our judges really had their work cut out for them. The response from the voting public was phenomenal – we’ve never seen so many votes for an industry event. The contenders this year have really upped their game and there are bound to be a few surprises,” said Tucker.

“I urge all business leaders in retail and tech to come out and show their support for our nominees that are driving the e-commerce revolution,” concluded Tucker.

Edited By: Dean Workman
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