Tech Titans seeks nominees for the 2017 Awards Gala

Tech Titans, the Technology Association for North Texas, is seeking nominations across various categories for their annual Tech Titans Awards Gala to be held August 25, 2017 at the Renaissance Dallas in Plano.  The Awards Gala recognizes the best of the best in terms of North Texas Technology. The gala showcases innovators, adopters, and executors who are having a positive effect on the tech industry.

Tech Titans is seeking nominations through May 24, 2017. Winners of the various awards will be celebrated in a special section of the Dallas Business Journal.  No business is too large or too small, executives, employees, investment catalysts, students, and teachers are all recognized in various categories.  With awards including the Corporate Innovation Award, Emerging Company CEO Award, Fast Tech, University Level Award, and High School Math/Science Teach Award.

The Awards Gala brings together about 900 guests from all walks of North Texas Technology life, and is an exciting event with lots of exposure for the winners, and no cost to enter.  The only requirement is that the company be headquartered in the metroplex, with specific requirements for each award available on the website here.

Winners from the 2016 Awards Gala included Maya Liebman, recipient of the CIO Award and an employee at American Airlines, Nokia won the Corporate Innovation Award, and Kayla Olivas of the Plano ISD won the Tech Titans of the Future, High School Award.  Last years winners, and their work that led to their award, is available at this link.  Sponsors for this years awards are Deloitte, Comerica, Ericsson, StateFarm, VISIP, Crowe Horwath, the Dallas Business Journal, ZRG Partners, and Huawei.

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