|Home||Internet of Things||Aerospace||Apparel||Energy||Defense||Health Care||Logistics||Manufacturing||Retail|
RFID Journal Announces Prize Winners
Two readers who filled out our surveys will attend RFID Journal LIVE! for free, and six more receive free one-year subscriptions.
Mar 01, 2005—RFID Journal has announced the names of eight prize winners chosen randomly from among more than 1,200 people who responded to two separate surveys. Six of the winners receive a free one-year subscription to RFID Journal LIVE! and two won the grand prizes of free admission to RFID Journal LIVE! 2005, which is being held in Chicago from Apr. 10 to 12.
The grand-prize winner chosen from among the more than 500 people who filled out the RFID Journal Education and Skills Survey is Jack R. Hoifodt, a business analyst with IFS Norge in Norway.
One winner of a free subscription has not been reached yet, so RFID Journal is keeping his name confidential. The other two winners are:
· Jim Laurance of Northrop Grumman Information Technology, in Williamsburg, Va.
· Paul Stam de Jonge of LogicaCMG in the Netherlands
The grand-prize winner chosen from among the more than 730 people who filled out the RFID Salary Survey is Vicki Terbovich, information technology officer of the Maricopa County Library District in Phoenix.
The three winners of free subscriptions are:
· James Wylie of Witec in Manteca, Calif.
· Igor Elbert of GenuOne Highland Park, N.J.
· Peter IP of Well Service Co. in Hong Kong
The RFID Salary Survey is open until Mar. 8. RFID Journal has decided to give away another three free subscriptions and one more free admission to RFID Journal LIVE! to four people chosen at random in the last 10 days of the survey. RFID Journal readers who would like to participate in the survey can do so by going to RFID Salary Survey and answering the questions online. All responses will be kept confidential.
The results of the survey will be used to create a salary calculator that will enable RFID Journal readers to determine how much they should be earning based on their skills, education and years of experience.
"I'm grateful to all those who participated in our surveys," says Mark Roberti, editor of RFID Journal. "I'm extremely pleased with the response to the surveys, and I think the information we've received will be enlightening to all our readers when we publish it."
Login and post your comment!
Not a member?
Signup for an account now to access all of the features of RFIDJournal.com!
SEND IT YOUR WAY
RFID JOURNAL EVENTS
ASK THE EXPERTS
Simply enter a question for our experts.