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Nov. 30, 2016 12:53 pm

It’s time to vote for the winners of our first annual DC Innovation Awards

Who will win big on Dec. 14?

Party time, deal or no deal.

(Photo by Flickr user Knar Bedian, used under a Creative Commons license)

What a year.

The year 2016 in #dctech has seen big funding rounds, new offices and startup growth. It’s seen endings and beginnings and pivots and more. But before we bid 2016 a fond farewell, we’re going to celebrate. And that means the first annual D.C. Innovation Awards!

You’ve made your nominations and now we’ve got a list of finalists across 10 categories from which you, dear member of the #dctech community, get to choose the winners.

Vote here

Here’s who’s in the running.

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Entrepreneur of the Year

Tech Startup of the Year

Technologist of the Year

Sciences Group of the Year

Tech Mission Org of the Year

Colocation Community of the Year

Indie Video Game of the Year

Artist/Creative Group of the Year

Best Web/Mobile Product of the Year

Maker Space of the Year

Who deserves to win best of the best for 2016? Cast your ballot and let us know! And then mark your calendars for Dec. 14 — we’ll be celebrating all the finalists and winners with a party at WeWork K Street (1875 K St. NW) from 7 to 9 p.m.

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