The Insight Innovations Awards shine the spotlight on innovation in Northeast Wisconsin by honoring businesses and organizations with innovative ideas who are making a real difference in their industry or community. This celebration is designed to inspire and energize people to build on – and invest in – ideas to fuel the growth of the regional economy.
The event is designed for anyone interested in innovation – business, community and education leaders as well as innovation executives, venture capitalists and angel investors. This year, Craig Dickman, managing director of TitletownTech in Green Bay, is the event’s keynote speaker.
Insight’s confidential panel of judges look through the nominations to determine a winner, based not only on the idea, but the results, too. Awards are handed out in four categories: Planet, Product, Process and People. We are seeking nominations from now until February 15, 2020.
Click here to see past winners.
Any business or organization that utilized innovation to make a substantial change to a product or process; employee and customer relations; and sustainability. We’re looking for quantifiable results and compelling stories to tell our readers.
Yes, self nominations are encouraged.
Winners are selected by a panel of anonymous judges and Insight staff members based on the review of the nomination forms. Judges look for a compelling story about innovation at a New North business or organization.
The adage “show, don’t tell” applies here: Use concrete examples to persuade the judges that the nominee has used innovation to make a mark on the New North business community. The best nominations are clear, concise and complete, providing details that substantiate a nominee’s success.
Any business or organization with substantial operations in the New North, an 18-county region in Northeast Wisconsin.