Nominate a company for an Insight Innovation Award

Posted on Jan 2, 2018 :: Networking , New North
Posted by , Insight on Business Staff Writer

If you know of a company that’s doing innovative work — and it can involve products, people, process or help the planet we live on — consider nominating that company for the fifth annual Insight Innovation Awards. The deadline to apply is Feb. 16, 2018. Winners will be announced at the annual THINC! event (Technology, Human Innovation & Networking Conference) on May 10, 2018. Self-nominations are encouraged

Nominating is easy — just fill in the form naming the company, contact information, the company’s website and a brief explanation about why you think the company is an innovation leader.

The Insight Innovation Awards are designed to encourage innovation among businesses in Northeast Wisconsin that lead to breakthrough technologies, processes and/or company cultures and make an important, positive impact on companies, employees, customers, vendors, industries, communities and/or the environment.

Award winners will serve as examples of best practices in innovation that significantly improve the bottom line, grow the business, heighten employee morale, make a difference and can be considered leaders in their industry.

Nominees will receive a letter from Insight notifying them of their nomination and encouraging them to apply. Self-nominations are encouraged!

Eligibility: Any company based in the 18-county region of the New North that has been in business for at least one years as of Jan. 1, 2018 can apply. Companies may be headquartered outside the region but applicants must have leadership in Northeast Wisconsin.

Five regional companies and organizations were named winners of the Insight Innovation Awards in 2017. Winners by category were: People – enVision Performance Solutions; Product – Reynolds Presto Products; Process – Great Northern; Planet – Matchback Systems (see this issue’s cover story); Special Award, Excellence in Community Response – Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley.

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