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Each winter we gather together some of the brightest lights in the Brooklyn tech world to let ’em know they done good this year, and more importantly, that their peers think so as well.
It’s the Technical.ly Brooklyn Awards and the last day to nominate someone is Monday, Oct. 30. We just wanna give you a friendly heads up. (And oh yeah, the award ceremony is the night of Tuesday, Dec. 5 at WeWork Dumbo Heights. RSVP here.)
- Last year’s civic-tech startup of the year Propel, which went on to raise $4 million, including from the NBA’s Kevin Durant
- Mobile product of the year Croissant, which is now getting written up in GQ and the NYT
- Makerspace of the year Genspace, which was awarded a $700,000 grant and upgraded to some new digs down in Industry City
— Nisha Garigarn (@nishsticks) January 6, 2017
Here are the categories for this year’s awards.
Fill out our call for nominations survey and let us know who deserves some recognition:
- Indie Video Game of the Year
- Tech Mission Org of the Year
- Dev Product of the Year
- Design/Dev Firm of the Year
- Technologist of the Year
- CTO of the Year
- Tech Startup of the Year (fewer than 50 employees and under 3 years old)
- Growth Tech Company of the Year (50+ employees)
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