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And the nominees for the third annual Delaware Innovation Awards are…

We asked for your thoughts on the state's best and brightest, and you did not disappoint. Read on to cast your vote.

The 2016 Delaware Innovation Awards. Who will win this year? (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Parsons)

We asked you to nominate the most impactful, innovative and worthy startups, tech companies and tech professionals for 2017’s Delaware Innovation Awards, and you stepped up, submitting dozens of nominations in seven categories. Narrowing it down was a task, but the nominations are solid.
Remember, once someone wins a category (here are the 2016 winners), they can’t win it again — in case you’re wondering why 2015 winner Tariq Hook wasn’t nominated for Technologist of the Year or Carvertise for Startup of the Year. (Sorry, guys. Rules are rules.)
The awards will be presented during Delaware Innovation Week, at the week’s closing bash — the DIW17 Innovation Celebration, Thursday, Nov. 9 from 6–9 p.m.
Get tickets ($10)
And the nominees are:

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)

Vote now
The deadline to vote is Friday, Oct. 27.

Companies: Chatham Financial / Textable / Shrinkabill / Swift Capital / WhyFly / Zip Code Wilmington / Squatch Creative / Trellist / Archer Group
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