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In a year of blockchains, podcasts, artificial intelligence, augmented reality and more, who came out on top? Who will be the next big success to come out of Brooklyn?
Previous years’ winners have included Voodoo Manufacturing, the 3D-printing startup that raised a $5 million round this summer and plans to open a 3D-printing factory; Croissant, the all-access pass for coworking that has gotten national attention and expanded to cities beyond New York this year; and Propel, which banked a $4 million seed round from Andreessen Horowitz and basketball star Kevin Durant.
This year’s ceremony will be held at WeWork Dumbo Heights and we promise it won’t be a boring awards show.
Nominees were picked by Technical.ly Brooklyn readers and staff and the winners will be picked by you, the voters. There won’t be any long speeches (they’ll be 140 characters or less). It will be full of Brooklyn’s best and brightest, and also lead reporter Tyler Woods.
Voting runs through Monday, Nov. 27.
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