The purpose of the Western Australian Young Achiever Awards is to acknowledge, encourage and most importantly promote the positive achievements of all young people up to and including 29 years of age as of 31st December each year.
Each category winner is rewarded with a prize and a magnificent trophy. From the category winners the Western Australian Young Achiever of the Year is awarded an additional prize and state trophy.
CERI resident company, ACE Tutors, were the winners of The Diamond Club Online Achievement category. In the same category was design agency DrawHistory, musician Fingers Mitchell Cullen and disability advisor Peter Bistrup Hall.
Nominees in this category are digital-savvy, online professionals who convey creativity, innovation, agility and a keen interest for information technology.
ACE Tutors aims to democratise education and provide students with convenient access to tutor support. The ACE Tutor App provides verified profiles of Perth's best tutors, live scheduling and lesson management and over 40 subjects for students to choose from. ACE Tutors was accepted into the Centre for Entrepreneurial Research & Innovation Start-up Programme in 2017 and now has over 1,000 users.
The gala presentation dinner was held at Pan Pacific Perth on Saturday, 26 May to a full audience.
Big congratulations to Raph, Gwyn and Rob on their outstanding accomplishment.