Boutique Wollongong startup in award bid

Wollongong entrepreneur Karen Pouye. Picture: GREG TOTMAN
Wollongong entrepreneur Karen Pouye. Picture: GREG TOTMAN

The Illawarra community can help a local startup win a category in the national StartupSmart Awards.

Wollongong startup and iAccelerate resident Screen Weaver was recently named a finalist, and local businesses and residents can help nominate the business founded by Karen Pouye for the people's choice category.

They can do this by voting for Screen Weaver here.

Ms Pouye developed the local media business to specialise in innovative web technologies. Its major focus is on video.

Screen Weaver is a small boutique-style studio that specialises in using new technologies to solve a client's problems by improving the effectiveness of standard delivery platforms and achieving measurable results for those clients.

Screen Weaver specialises in online video but the company also develops websites, visual effects for advertising, film and documentaries.

By being selected as a finalist in the StartupSmart Awards Night on March 26, Ms Pouye is already a winner because she will rub shoulders with many of Australia's leading entrepreneurial talents.

The awards are run by StartupSmart which is recognised as a leading news and advice resource for startup businesses.


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