Ricoh Australia is launching its Small Business Competition, where five Australian small businesses will each be able to win a share of $50,000 worth of Ricoh products, services or solutions.
This competition is in conjunction with Ricoh celebrating 50 years of operations in Australia.
To enter the competition, businesses need to state in 50 words or less what their digital challenges are, and how Ricoh might help them navigate through solutions, such as collaboration technologies, automated business processes, information mobility and digitising paper-based documents and processes.
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Andy Berry, managing director, Ricoh Australia says, "We are thrilled to be running this competition at a time when many small business have a great opportunity to compete not just locally but on the global stage.
“Right now, there's a lot of buzz around digital transformation but what does that mean for small business? How do they navigate through it? What do they need? How can they become more productive, collaborative and optimise interactions with their employees, clients and partners across local and global markets?
"Our purpose is to improve work life and this competition demonstrates our commitment moving forward to empowering the digital workplace. We look forward to continuing to provide both support and partnership to Australian small business through our innovative workplace technology solutions for another 50 years."
Entries are now open for the competition, with the last day to enter November 30.
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