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Terms & Conditions

Digital Champions Competition

The Digital Champions Competition celebrates the successes of small disability service providers in transforming their organisations through the adoption of technology.

1. Competition is open to people over 18 years who are sole traders or operate small businesses in the disability sector in Australia.

2. Competition Entries must include the online submission describing the problem or challenge faced by the business suring COVID, the technology they used to solve the problem, the outcome.

3. NDS is not responsible for ensuring that people featured in entries have consented for their video to be entered and posted on NDS or NDP communication platforms.

4. The competition entrant warrants that they have the relevant authority to enter the Digital Champions Competition and that they hold all necessary permissions to do so.

5. Your personal information will be collected using EventsAir. Your personal information will only be used for the purposes of the Digital Champions Competition and not for any other purpose.  Your recording will be held on a secure network for 7 years and then destroyed.

6. An internal NDS Committee will review entries according to the following criteria:

  • Content is relevant to the disability sector;
  • Content illustrates the adoption of technology;
  • Content is suitable for sharing.

7. Chosen entries will be posted to NDS and NDP platforms including websites and social media. Only the names of competition entrants and their organisations will be published, not the names of individuals included in each entry.

8. The Digital Transformation Story Competition is part of the Small Business Digital Champions Project delivered by National Disability Services (NDS) ABN 52 008 445 485

9. Entries close at 5pm AEDT 18 March 2021

10. The competition prize is a JB HiFi voucher to the value of $500. Prize is not transferrable.

11. A committee comprising of NDP Committee members and NDS staff will meet and judge all qualifying entries. The story deemed the most inspiring adoption of IT in the disability sector will be awarded the competition winner.

12. The competition winner will be notified by phone and email within three weeks of the competition closing.

13. The prize will be delivered  to the winner within four weeks.

14. The winner will be announced on the NDP and NDS websites and social media channels. Entry into the competition constitutes permission to use the entry for promotional purposes.

15. The judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.