September 28, 2022

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Last call for GeekWire Awards nominations

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Trish Millines Dziko, co-founder and executive director of the Technology Access Foundation, accepts an award in 2018. (GeekWire Photo)

Do you know of top innovators, entrepreneurs and technology leaders in the Pacific Northwest that should be nominated for the upcoming GeekWire Awards?

There are only a few days left to submit nominations before finalists are picked in more than a dozen categories, including Startup of the Year; Workplace of the Year; Next Tech Titan; STEM Educator of the Year; and UX Design of the Year.

Make sure to get your nominations in here. Self-nominations are eligible.

Our annual GeekWire Awards event is returning in a new and reimagined format on May 12 at the SoDo Showbox in Seattle, with a VIP pre-party for finalists, a seated dinner, entertainment, fun surprises and, of course, coveted awards handed out.

We still have open table sponsorships to companies and organizations who’d like to join the festivities – a great way to reconnect with the community, boost your brand, support independent journalism and, we hope, have some fun. More details on table sponsorships at the GeekWire Awards event site, or you can also reach us at advertising@geekwire.com to learn more and book your spot. *

We’re also planning a livestream for those who can’t make the event. Our longtime title sponsor of the GeekWire Awards is also returning, and this time with an entirely new name: Astound Business Solutions.

Here’s a look at the amazing group of sponsors who are supporting this year’s GeekWire Awards, with additional opportunities for your company or organization to join the list: Astound Business Solutions; Wilson Sonsini; ALLtech; JLL; DreamBox Learning; Blink UX; BECU; and Baird.

Finally, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the GeekWire Awards on May 12! Questions: Email us at events@geekwire.com.

* Note: We plan to open up individual tickets for the GeekWire Awards later this spring based on capacity levels.





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