Wodonga-based mobile app Zukaz has been recognised with a national business award.
The augmented reality start-up was named as a ABA100 winner for Business Innovation in The Australian Business Awards 2020.
Zukaz chief operating officer Liam Scammell said the award affirmed their "commitment to continuous improvement and innovative business processes".
"It is a true testament to our team and stakeholders dedication as we strive to achieve our mission and supply innovative business products to our customers," he said.
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Zukaz is a location-based augmented reality app that allows businesses to advertise their products and services directly to customers.
"Each year the ABA100 winners are recognised for the successful development of new and improved products and services and for implementing business processes that improve efficiency and performance," ABA100 program director Tara Johnston said.