This year, Tech Titans, the largest technology trade association in the Lonestar state, will recognize outstanding tech companies and individuals in North Texas in a virtual event that aims to be the bee’s knees.
The theme for the group’s annual event is the Roaring Twenties. (2.0, of course.)
The awards will be broadcast in a live, cinematic experience that will be available worldwide via a partnership with MarketScale through Nokia, according to Tech Titans President and CEO Bill Sproull.
Hoping to have a live event, the organization postponed its earlier Gala date to the fall, but “decided to go virtual for the safety of all,” said Sproull. Now the group is pulling out the stops to make the event “the berries.”
Speakeasy Party To Go
“We’re encouraging our viewers to host ‘watch parties’ safely in their own homes or offices,” he said. “Part of the experience will build on our Roaring ’20s 2.0 theme by making available ‘speakeasy party to go’ packages where our audience can make their own themed cocktails at home to enjoy during the Gala.”
The awards will spotlight emerging startups to Fortune 500 companies in 10 tech and innovation categories. Nominations for the 2020 Tech Titans awards are open through August 24. Winners will be announced in a virtual ceremony on Friday, October 23.
2020 Tech Titans Awards
Tech Titans, which represents around a quarter-million employees through its 300-plus member companies, says its awards recognize individuals and companies who have made contributions during the past year locally, as well as to the technology industry overall.
Categories for the 2020 awards include:
- Corporate CEO Award
- Corporate CIO Award
- Corporate CTO Award
- Corporate Innovation Award
- Emerging Company CEO Award
- Emerging Company Innovation Award
- Fast Tech
- Technology Adopter Award
- Technology Advocate Award
- Technology Inventors Award
Go here for additional information about Tech Titans and to submit a nomination. There’s no fee to submit.
Click here to see winners from last year’s event, including James Klein, Qorvo; Calvin Carter, Bottle Rocket; and Corey Clark, BALANCED Media | Technology.
Pro tip: If you want to “know your onions” in advance of the event, here’s the place to go for 59 slang phrases from the 1920s.
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