At this years prestigious ANTHILL Cool Company Awards (2008), Gammasonics was named 'Cool Company'.
From over 700 entries across Australia Gammasonics made it into the final three.
Read the full Media Release below …
Tuesday 23 September 2008
GAMMASONICS NAMED 'COOL COMPANY'
Gammasonics has been named a 'Category Finalist' at the Anthill Magazine 2008 Cool Company Awards and is in the running to win 'Coolest Company of the Year'.
"Gammasonics should be very pleased with its selection. The Cool Company Awards attracted over 700 nominations from some very cool companies from all across Australia. Gammasonics demonstrated some seriously cool qualities," said James Tucker man, Editor-In-Chief, Anthill Magazine.
"Most business award programs are only interested in two little words: Revenue Growth. Anthill is not simply about wealth creation. Of course, the ultimate goal is to make profit, but never to profit at all cost. Cool companies are creative, fun loving and commercially astute. Gammasonics joins a growth 'alumni' of cool companies focussed on innovation, entrepreneurship and business success through clever thinking."
The national awards will be held at Gala Ceremony at the offices of primary sponsor Price water house Coopers on 25 September 2008, when category winners and the 'Coolest Company Award' will be announced. The Cool Company Awards edition of Anthill Magazine will be released on 2 October 2008 (Available at all good news agents).
What are the Cool Company Awards?
The annual Cool Company Awards were launched in 2006 to publicly acknowledge and celebrate Australian organisations that are doing things differently – companies that defy convention to bring about positive change. The 2008 Cool Company Awards are judged across eight categories. Each category winner will complete against other category winners for the overall Price water house Coopers 'Coolest Company Award'.
What is Anthill Magazine?
Anthill is a national business magazine dedicated to innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid business growth. Launched from the spare-bedroom of its then 26-year-old founder in late 2003 (with a little more a credit card and a desire to put the 'bite' back in business magazines), Anthill is known for its edgy and often irreverent approach to business reporting. It is a fun business magazine with serious economic purpose.