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MICROMINE General Manager Claire Tuder wins prestigious 40under40 Award for exceptional business talent

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article image MICROMINE General Manager Claire Tuder

MICROMINE’s General Manager, Claire Tuder was one of the winners of the 2016 BUSINESSNEWS 40under40 Awards held recently to recognise business achievers from Western Australia.

Established in 2002 by BUSINESSNEWS, the 40under40 Awards programme recognises and celebrates Western Australia's 40 leading business entrepreneurs under the age of 40 years with nominees judged by a panel of prominent WA executives. This year’s jury comprised of Charlie Cunningham, BUSINESSNEWS; Fiona Lander, Perth Airport; Karen Carriero, University of Western Australia; and Mark Fitzpatrick, St Vincent de Paul Society.

Winners are selected on the basis of their professional achievements, personal determination and commercial drive as well as their philanthropic pursuits.

Claire Tuder said she felt very honoured and privileged to receive a 40under40 award, given the challenges over the last 18 months in the mining industry.

MICROMINE is a leading provider of innovative software solutions for the mining industry from geological exploration and data management, to resource estimation, mine design, planning and production control. Implemented at more than 2,000 sites in over 90 countries, MICROMINE software is used by customers to maximise their asset value, increase productivity and support decision-making.

MICROMINE congratulates Ms Tuder and all winners of the 2016 40under40 Awards. 

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