- June 14, 2004
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Media & Broadcasting
Proudly South African media and IT company, Three Blind Mice, has recently received the Runner Up Award in the “Organizations: SMME” category of the National Science & Technology Forum (NSTF) Awards.
The NSTF Awards are unique to South Africa – second only to the Technology Top 100 Awards. Three Blind Mice was a Technology Top 100 company in 2002, and a finalist in 2003.
The National Science and Technology Forum has for many years taken the initiative in recognising outstanding contributions to South African Science, Engineering and Technology by individuals and organisations.
This recognition is intended to honour South African scientists and engineers, encouraging them and their colleagues to attain even greater achievements.
Three Blind Mice, a 75% black controlled company, has been attaining great achievements for some years now.
In 2003, the company was joint winner of the Grand Prix Award, at the annual Age of Innovation and Sustainability Awards, as well winner of the “Excellence in Innovation & Sustainability” award, in the Economic ICT category.
Three Blind MiceBM is founder member of Proudly South African and was an official supplier of audio-visual solutions to the World Summit held in Johannesburg in 2002.
For more information about Three Blind Mice please visit www.tbm.co.za
Source: Proudly South African