MENU

Developed in conjunction with Ext-Joom.com

News & Events

Events under 'News & Events'
Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Event Name

Date

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Thursday, September 21, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Friday, September 22, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Saturday, September 23, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Sunday, September 24, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Monday, September 25, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Thursday, September 28, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Friday, September 29, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Saturday, September 30, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Sunday, October 01, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Monday, October 02, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Tuesday, October 03, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Wednesday, October 04, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Thursday, October 05, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Friday, October 06, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Saturday, October 07, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017

Nominate Tech Innovations for the 2017 TechAwards

What do Hitch’s mobile taxi reservation app, Trunomi’s identity encryption platform, MediaMine’s Official Hollywood Walk of Fame mobile app, Gorham’s iOS mobile apps, the Code 441 Hackathon, and the Bermuda Football Association mobile app have in common? They are all innovative, compelling, motivating ways in which technology has enhanced life.

And they are all past winners of the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Now, for the tenth year running, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation within the Ministry of Transport and Regulatory Affairs is calling for nominations for the Technology Innovation Awards.

Nominations are solicited from the public for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth Project of the Year, and Most Innovative New Mobile Application.

The TechAwards Committee evaluates each nomination and submits those that meet the criteria to a panel of industry specific judges who then interview qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the 10th Anniversary TechAwards Luncheon on November 16th.

The Hon. Walter H. Roban, JP, MP, Deputy Premier, Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs stated: “Technology is a dynamic pillar of support for Bermuda’s ongoing development in multiple fields including health, education, commerce and tourism.” He added: “Because of the annual TechAwards, efforts to enhance the daily lives of our citizens and residents through problem-solving technologies are publicly acclaimed and far more widely recognized.

“I look forward to seeing this year’s nominations, celebrating notable innovations and enjoying the TechAwards event.”

Have you, or your company, developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 31th, log on to www.techawards.bm to nominate your favourites!

Sunday, October 08, 2017 5:00 pm
Every Day until October 31, 2017
find us at fb

bedc logo 2015
Dept ICT

Website by Bermuda's Own Advanced Services

Copyright © TechAwards 2017