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Dec. 15, 2016 10:11 am

Announcing the winners of the DC Innovation Awards 2016

Thanks for the celebration, #dctech.
The full lineup of 2016 winners.

The full lineup of 2016 winners.

(Photo via Twitter)

On Wednesday evening, around 100 local founders, technologists, creators and others gathered at WeWork’s K Street location for Technical.ly’s inaugural D.C. Innovation Awards. All the nominating and voting came down to just this — the final word on who’s had a truly great 2016.

Here’s who won:

Each of the winners was awarded with a small trophy created by TechShop Arlington’s Kelly Austin — we think they came out looking pretty snazzy.

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And after (tweet length!) acceptance speeches, the evening continued with food, drinks and a room buzzing with conversations with new connections. Thanks for the celebration, #dctech.

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