2023 Consensus Awards – Announced

The 2023 Consensus Awards were presented by (left front) The Hon Ed Husic, Minister for Industry & Science on 24th August.

After a 2 year hiatus due to Covid-19, the Consensus Awards were held again this year. We started in 2000 – we are now going into our 24th year of identifying and awarding the most innovative technologies in Australia & New Zealand across the following Awards Programs.  We will be running the Consensus Awards twice in 2024. Entries are open from October 2023 and close at end of March 2024. Judging will be conducted in April, with the Awards presented in late May. Click here for further information on Consensus Awards. Or if you would like to speak to us, please call us on +61 413 309 056.

Consensus Awards are the most successful innovation awards in the world with 9 out of 10 winners going on to enjoy worldwide success. We have more than 160 judges who have conducted more than 1,200 evaluations of innovation over the last 20+ years! Well known Atlassian & WiseTech Global are just two of over 200 winners.


August 2023: We announced the six Winners of the 2023 Consensus Awards, plus 2 Highly Commended – one Consensus Software Award, three Consensus Innovation Awards, one Consensus GreenTech Award, and one Consensus EdTech Award. – click on the Awards pages to see the results!

Many thanks to Phil Redding for being the MC for the evening.

Thanks to Dentons Lawyers and MIP – The Data Company for hosting the judging days.





August 2023: We announced the many Winners of the 2023 Consensus IT Writers Awards, plus the prestigious “Kester” Lifetime Achievement Award. Consensus IT Writers Awards



October 2020: We announced the two Winners of the 2020 Consensus Awards – one Consensus Software Award and one Consensus Innovation Award – click on the Awards pages to see the results!


Consensus runs the World’s Largest Strategy & Management Competition, the Global Management Challenge in Australia & New Zealand. Started in Portugal 40 years ago, it is run in 30+ countries with the winner of each country competing to be the world-wide Winner. Entries are now open for any team of 3-5 people to enter the 2023 Global Management Challenge.

Team Alvarium from the Australian Graduate School of Management at University of New South Wales were the Australian Winner of the 2022 Global Management Challenge. They are pictured below with (left) Julian Day, Founder and CEO, and (right) Len Norman, GMC Program Manager of Consensus.