(Photo by Marcia McInnes)
Tonight we crown the popular champions of the Brooklyn tech scene.
The votes have been tallied, the awards laser-cut, and it’s time to see who takes home the prizes.
Sneak peak at tonight's Brooklyn Innovation Awards pic.twitter.com/Pic03OLd5d
— Molly Rose (@MollyKRose) January 28, 2016
More than 250 people have RSVP’d for the event and although it’s too late to RSVP if you haven’t already, if shoot this reporter an email, I’ll ~see what I can do~ about getting you on the list.
It’s going down at WeWork Dumbo Heights (81 Prospect St.) from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Here’s a full list of the nominees:
Best Web/Mobile Product of the Year | For the most successful digital tool that represents the Brooklyn spirit
Best Locally Built Indie Video Game of the Year | For the best designed and developed game launched in 2015
Technologist of the Year | For the most high-profile technical work by an individual in Brooklyn
Artist/Creative Group of the Year | For the most unique and inspiring use of software or other digital or technical tools
Makerspace of the Year | For the most creative and collaborative place of hardware and fabrication work
Coworking Space of the Year | For the most active and welcoming tech community around a physical hub
Incubator of the Year | For the most effective place to start and grow a business
Tech Mission Org of the Year | For the group that has had the biggest impact on inclusivity, education or access in STEM
Creative Agency of the Year | For the most consistently high-quality design, web and creative work on the largest scale
Tech Community Leader of the Year | For representing Brooklyn’s tech community on a wider stage
Tech Startup of the Year | For the early-stage company that has the best chance at delivering on its business objectives
Tech Business of the Year | For the more established business that has had the biggest impact on its community
Science Firm of the Year | For the early-stage company that is doing the most interest working in the sciences
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