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The list of nominees is out for the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies’ 25th annual Enterprise Awards.
We spy startups like LIA Diagnostics — which shone earlier this year on the global stage with its flushable pregnancy test — and LeagueSide — a realLIST ’18 honoree — on the list. The awards ceremony takes place May 9 at the Kimmel Center.
Also on the nominee list: Clutch boss Ned Moore, EPAM chief Arkadiy Dobkin and Turn5 cofounder Steve Voudouris square off for the Technology CEO of the Year award.
The organization said there were around 500 nominations among the nine categories.
“Our judges were truly challenged,” said PACT Vice President Dianne Strunk. “[The nominees] truly represent the mission of the Enterprise Awards by showcasing growth, hard work, and excellence in our silver anniversary year.”
Here’s the full list:
- Amicus Therapeautics
- OraSure Technologies
- Spark Therapeutics
- Adaptimmune, James Noble
- Frontage Laboratories, Song Li
- Pentec Health, Joseph Cosgrove
- ACI Clinical
- LIA Diagnostics
- Mebias Discovery
- Talee Bio
- Analytical Graphics
- Dell Boomi
- Clutch, Ned Moore
- EPAM, Arkadiy Dobkin
- Turn5, Steve Voudouris
- Relay Network
- Layer 8 Security
- Frontline Education
- Marinus Pharmaceuticals
Investor Mike DiPiano, cofounder of NewSpring Capital and serial entrepreneur, will receive the Legend Award.
“DiPiano has passionately championed numerous successes both as a serial entrepreneur and investor,” said PACT chairman Dean Miller. “In NewSpring, Mike has built one of the most successful firms in the country spanning four strategies with $2B in assets under management.”-30-
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