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Here are the nominees for the NET/WORK Delaware Awards: Vote now

Voting closes on Wednesday and we'll announce the winners at our tech jobs fair NET/WORK on Thursday.

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Readers, you’ve spoken and now it’s time to decide who should win.
Here are the nominees for the NET/WORK Delaware Awards, hosted during our tech jobs fair next Thursday.

Best up-and-coming startup

Best Twitter account

Best coworking manager

  • Megan Anthony Keogh (1313 Innovation)
  • Rebecca Parsons (The Mill)
  • Lori Davis (The Hub at 1201)
  • Jason Aviles (Artist Ave Station)

Best CTO

  • Mark Thompson (WhyFly)
  • John Klose (Swift Capital)
  • Randall Gaboriault (Christiana Care Health System)
  • Robert Brown (Global Debt Registry)
  • Gregory Lane (State of Delaware)

Best Corporate Dev Team

  • The Health & Technology Innovation Center at Christiana Care
  • JPMorgan Chase’s Delaware Technology Center
  • Chatham Financial
  • Capital One

Voting is open until Wednesday, March 29.
Vote
Winners will be announced at our NET/WORK tech jobs fair on Thursday, March 30, at 1313 Innovation. Get tickets here.

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