PWC – Vision to Reality Awards, Euphoria Makes the Top 10

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The world renowned Price Waterhouse and Cooper created the Vision to Reality Awards programme to recognise and celebrate dynamic companies in the technology sector that have demonstrated growth, brilliant ideas and changed the landscape of technology and service in South Africa. An independent panel of judges selected the top 25 companies that displayed the courage to share their vision and then turn them into the reality of revenue’s.

Euphoria Telecom was thrilled with the news that they had been selected as one of the Top 25 companies. Along with companies such as Triggerfish who put South Africa on the world map for their brilliantly animated film, Zambezia, IT School Innovation who combine best educational practice with cutting edge technology and Mellowcabs offering safe public transport in electric cabs, it was an honour to be selected amongst such ground breaking companies.

In late July 2014 PWC hosted the panel of judges at their offices in Century City, each nominated company had the opportunity to present their story. George Golding, CEO of Euphoria Telecom, presented our proprietary Hosted PBX with a user-friendly telephone management system and VOIP services. A product that has given businesses the tools to control their communication operations efficiently and effectively. In addition to that, he demonstrated the growth of Euphoria over the last four years and the vision behind it.

It is with pride that we can say through virtuous leadership, hard work and a transparent business model, Euphoria has grown exponentially. We have been shortlisted as part of the final 10 nominees. We look forward to participating in the final mentorship program, the final presentation to the judges and the prestigious awards gala.

The Vision to Reality Awards is presented in Partnership with the following organisations:

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