These 27 companies are nominated for PACT’s 2020 Enterprise Awards

Categories include Healthcare Startup, Technology CEO and Investment Deal.

Trophies. (Flickr/Brad.K)

Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technology (PACT) just announced the finalists for its 27th annual Enterprise Awards, which celebrate innovation and success for the region’s tech and life science leaders and venture-backed biz deals.

The show is happening May 12 at The Kimmel Center where the finalists will compete for one of the nine awards.

“We are so proud to provide the platform that celebrates our local investors, entrepreneurs and businesses who are leading transformations worldwide in their respective fields,” said PACT VP Dianne Strunk in a statement.

This year, 27 finalists were selected from a crowded field of entries:

Healthcare Innovator

  • Quantitative Radiology Solutions
  • Spirovant Sciences
  • Tridiuum

Healthcare CEO

  • JeanMarie Markham, Clinlogix
  • Michael Whitman, Micro Interventional Devices
  • Tony Coletta, Tandigm Health

Healthcare Emerging

  • Camber Spine Technologies
  • Imalogix
  • Zynerba Pharmaceuticals

Healthcare Startup

  • Century Therapeutics
  • MOBiLion Systems
  • Quil

Technology Company

Technology CEO

Technology Emerging

Technology Startup

Investment Deal

Last year’s winners included AppBus, Frontline Education and Tmunity Therapeutics. Conshohocken-based DrayNow took home the award for top technology startup.

Companies: Cesium / DrayNow / Perpay / Benefits Data Trust / Spark Therapeutics / Clutch / InstaMed / iPipeline / PACT

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