Awards, Memberships & Associations

Proud to be associated and members of :

Australian Interactive Media Industry Association. AIMIA promotes growth and success in the Australian interactive media industry. We represent creators and developers by supporting best practice, keeping you up-to-date with industry news, export assistance, lobbying government, organising events and conducting our annual Interactive Media Awards.

Internet Society of Australia (ISOC-AU) is a non-profit, user-focused society, which promotes development of the Internet in Australia to benefit the whole community, including business, academic, professional and private Internet users. It is a chapter of the world-wide Internet Society.

The Endorsed Supplier Arrangement (ESA) provides pre-qualification for businesses in the Information Technology to sell to the Commonwealth Government. Use of suppliers under the ESA is mandatory for Commonwealth Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 (FMA Act).

The Internet Content Rating Association is an international, independent organization that empowers the public, especially parents, to make informed decisions about electronic media by means of the open and objective labelling of content. ICRA's dual aims are to:
1.protect children from potentially harmful material; and,
2. to protect free speech on the internet.

VicIT is a one-stop-shop for businesses seeking the expertise of a Victorian IT company. An intiative of Multi-Media Victoria (MMV)

The purposes of Melb PC are to provide, on a non-profit basis, education and training to advance the effective utilisation of the personal computer

Member of the Australian Web Designers Network

Contributor to W3C and web usability industry

The Australian eCommerce Network was set up in late 1998 (originally as the Victorian eCommerce Network) to provide a forum for local ecommerce and industry executives to hear expert presentations on topical ecommerce issues.

INNOVIC’s Next Big Thing Award™ is an annual nation-wide competition to find and showcase exciting new Australian products with the potential to become the 'next big thing'.