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GIS People’s Managing Director Wins Prestigious Lord Mayor’s Award

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Sunday, June 1st 2014
GIS People | Brisbane, Australia


GIS People’s Managing Director Wins Prestigious Lord Mayor’s Award

GIS People’s Managing Director Igor Stjepanovic is the recipient of Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Multicultural Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2014.

Igor, who hails originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina, founded GIS People, a geospatial and location intelligence company, just four years ago. The company has quickly became a rising star of the technology industry, providing location intelligence services to industries across Australia.

Igor was honoured with the award at Brisbane City Hall on Friday 30th May, at the 2014 Lord Mayor’s Business Dinner.

“I’m incredibly proud to accept this award,” said Igor, “and I’d like to acknowledge the effort from everyone involved with GIS People for helping me and the company get to this point. I could not have achieved this alone – my exceptional team, and our culture of collaboration, are the main reasons for winning this award.”

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the annual awards celebrated the contribution Brisbane’s multicultural businesses make to Brisbane’s economy: “The winners of the 2014 awards were selected from an impressive and diverse field of finalists, and embody the qualities of determination, leadership and ambition,” he said. “The achievements of these outstanding individuals act as inspiration for Brisbane’s greater business community.”

About GIS People
GIS People is a forward-thinking geospatial solutions company. They specialise in assisting organisations with their GIS (Geographic Information Systems) requirements, helping enhance business growth through innovative location-driven services. Most businesses these days produce or acquire data that has a spatial/location component, and when utilised correctly this data can be of immense benefit. GIS People makes location intelligence affordable to all organisations.

To find out more about GIS People and the work they do visit www.gispeople.com.au.

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