Here’s a news release from the Technology Alliance Group for its first-ever tech awards
Bellingham, WA – December 7, 2012 – The Technology Alliance Group (TAG) for Northwest Washington announced the winners for the first annual TAG Tech Awards today at Bellingham Technical College (BTC).
Qualnetics’ Road-iQ received the Most Innovative New Technology, Product or Service award. The award criterion was based on originality, usability and effectiveness or measurability of results.
Procreate Brands LLC received the Rising Star award, which is awarded to a company who is no older than five years, is not a subsidiary of a larger entity and has proven themselves as quickly growing young technology company.
Northwest Indian College Space Center was honored with the Technology Leader of Tomorrow award, as this group of students has demonstrated through performance that they are innovative, bright and destined to advance the technology industry.
Corrinne Sande of Whatcom Community College received the Outstanding Achievement in Industry Leadership award for her leadership and impact on both her students and the local technology industry.
Bios of each of the winners as well a complete list of 2012 nominees can be found on-line at www.tagnw.org/awards.
TAG is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization based in Bellingham, Washington that was formed to address the needs of a growing technology industry in Whatcom County. TAG’s mission is to inform, represent, and connect Whatcom area technology businesses and professionals. The organization is committed to accelerating the growth of technology businesses in Bellingham and surrounding areas.