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Vote now to choose who will win a Timmy in December

The election may be over, but the voting for end-of-year awards has just begun.

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Does Optoro or Deloitte Digital have a better work culture? Or what about SkyBitz?
If you’ve got a strong opinion on this, or loyalties one way or another, then you’re in luck — it’s open voting season for Tech in Motion’s second annual D.C. Timmy Awards.
As with last year, the Timmy Awards honor three precise categories:

  • best technology manager
  • best technology work culture
  • best tech startup

Nominations are in for this year’s awards, and now it is time for the public to vote on a deserving startup (or manager, as the case may be) for each category.
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Here’s who’s a finalist in each contest:
Best Technology Manager

  • Andrew Willis – VP of Ecommerce at CustomInk
  • David Wolfand – VP of Engineering at United Income
  • Matt Hagopian – VP of Engineering at LiveSafe, Inc.
  • Philip Schmitz – CEO at CharityEngine
  • Rami Essaid – Cofounder and CEO of Distil Networks

Best Technology Work Culture

  • AOL
  • Aspire
  • Deloitte Digital
  • Leverege
  • LiveSafe, Inc.
  • Mapbox
  • MobilePosse
  • Optoro
  • SkyBitz
  • Ventera

Best tech startup

  • BigParser
  • Brllnt
  • Gravy Analytics
  • InnovatorsBox
  • MetiStream
  • NotionTheory
  • Rize
  • Senseware
  • United Income
  • Virgil Security

(Quick aside: Wow, that’s a whole lotta men nominated for best tech manager. Maybe don’t do 100% next time?)
You can cast your ballot here, just get it in before Dec. 1. Winners will be announced at a gala event on Dec. 8 at 1776 in Crystal City.
https://www.meetup.com/TechinMotionDC/events/230641584/

Companies: Mapbox / Optoro / 76 Forward / Aol

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