By. Natalia Marrero
human-I-T named one of 15 finalists in the eBay SHINE Awards; one of three contenders to be named winner for the Charitable Business. Commerce, CA - Commerce-local, Gabe Middleton, CEO of human-I-T, has been selected as a finalist for the Charitable Business category for eBay’s SHINE Awards for Small Business. human-I-T connects low-income individuals and nonprofits to technology, internet, and digital training. By reusing instead of recycling electronics, our team transforms E-waste into opportunities to promote digital inclusion and digital access.
Click on the "VOTE FOR HUMAN-I-T" button every day until July 14, 2017. The eBay’s SHINE Awards for Small Business program, sponsored by USPS, is a seller recognition program that recognizes the entrepreneurs who have used eBay to help build successful businesses across the U.S. As a charitable organization, "human-I-T provides underserved individuals with the skills and tools necessary for upward mobility in the digital age." Beginning June 26 the public will have a chance to vote for their favorite seller in each category once per day through July 14. The seller with the most votes in each category will be named category winners. The categories include:
After the initial round of voting, the Grand Prize Winner will be selected by a panel of expert judges including Hal Lawton, SVP of eBay North America, Brent Bellm, CEO of BigCommerce, Anita Campbell, Founder of Small Business Trends, John Henry, host of eBay’s Open for Business Podcast, and Laurie Wong, 2016 SHINE Awards Grand Prize Winner. The winner selected as the 2017 Grand Prize Winner will win $10,000 and the category winners will each win $5,000, among a variety of additional prizes.
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