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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Nominations Open for TechAwards

For the past ten years, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best in Bermudian innovation and e-commerce with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards. 


Recognition has been given to Bermuda-based companies and products which then went on to make their mark, often on the global stage.

Speaking about technology innovation, Minister of National Security Wayne Caines said, “Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best in Bermudian innovation and e-commerce with the TechAwards.

“Bermuda is leading innovation in more ways than one, and as Bermuda continues to position itself towards becoming a leader in the fintech space, programmes such as the TechAwards help to strengthen our tech-friendly reputation. We encourage everyone who is aware of a product or tool to submit their nomination so we can recognize Bermuda’s best creative minds.”

“Each nomination will be assessed by the TechAwards Committee. Nominations that meet the appropriate criteria will be submitted to a panel of judges who may interview the qualified nominees.

Starting today, nominations are sought for Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Innovation of the Year, Local Innovation of the Year, Most Innovative Youth product of the Year, and New Mobile Application of the Year. Each nomination will then be carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Nominations that meet the appropriate criteria will be submitted to a panel of judges who then may interview the qualified nominees. The top five finishers in each category will be recognized during the Awards Presentations in November.

Supportive of the competition, the Minister added: “Bermuda is leading innovation in more ways than one. We encourage everyone who is aware of an innovative product or tool to nominate it so that the Island may take this opportunity to celebrate advancements and achievement among the ranks of its technology trendsetters.”

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until October 28th to nominate your favourites!

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TechAwards Featured at TechWeek 2020

The 2020 TechAwards will be included as a part of the Business Development Agency's Bermuda Tech Week which will be shown to a global audience from October 12 to 16.

A videotaped production of the TechAwards presentation ceremony will be featured on Friday the 16th as a part of the final day of TechWeek.

Bermuda Tech Week will explore how businesses, industries and economies are transforming in the face of technological disruption with the pace of change and digital adoption having been accelerated by Covid-19.

Please join us as we showcase case studies, pilot projects and thought leadership that demonstrates the impact that technology can have on society and be used as a lever to drive business forward.

This free to attend VIRTUAL forum features engaging panel discussions and networking opportunities with industry experts. Hear how new technologies will drive efficiencies in business and what Bermuda has to offer as a testbed and domicile of choice for tech companies and start-ups.

You can register to participate in TechWeek at https://www.bda.bm/events/bermuda-virtual-tech-summit-2020-accelerated-transformation/

Tue. 25 Aug, 2020 8:00 pm - Fri. 16 Oct, 2020 9:17 pm
Every Day until August 26, 2020

TechAwards Featured at TechWeek 2020

The 2020 TechAwards will be included as a part of the Business Development Agency's Bermuda Tech Week which will be shown to a global audience from October 12 to 16.

A videotaped production of the TechAwards presentation ceremony will be featured on Friday the 16th as a part of the final day of TechWeek.

Bermuda Tech Week will explore how businesses, industries and economies are transforming in the face of technological disruption with the pace of change and digital adoption having been accelerated by Covid-19.

Please join us as we showcase case studies, pilot projects and thought leadership that demonstrates the impact that technology can have on society and be used as a lever to drive business forward.

This free to attend VIRTUAL forum features engaging panel discussions and networking opportunities with industry experts. Hear how new technologies will drive efficiencies in business and what Bermuda has to offer as a testbed and domicile of choice for tech companies and start-ups.

You can register to participate in TechWeek at https://www.bda.bm/events/bermuda-virtual-tech-summit-2020-accelerated-transformation/

Wed. 26 Aug, 2020 8:00 pm - 9:17 pm
Every Day until August 26, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Tue. 1 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Tue. 22 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

Nominations Open for 2020

Nominations Open for 2020

Tue. 1 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Wed. 2 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Wed. 23 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Thu. 3 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Thu. 24 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Fri. 4 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Fri. 25 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Sat. 5 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Sat. 26 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Sun. 6 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Sun. 27 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Mon. 7 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Mon. 28 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Tue. 8 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Tue. 29 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Wed. 9 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Wed. 30 Sep, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Thu. 10 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Thu. 1 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Fri. 11 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Fri. 2 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Sat. 12 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Sat. 3 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Sun. 13 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Sun. 4 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Mon. 14 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Mon. 5 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Tue. 15 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Tue. 6 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Wed. 16 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Wed. 7 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020

2020 Call for Nominations

2020 TechAwards could be remarkably interesting this year!

Nominations are being sought for The 2020 TechAwards, Bermuda’s best in technology in four specific categories: International Market Innovation, Local Market Innovation, Most Innovative Youth Project, and Most Innovative Mobile Application. Nominations may be submitted through the Tech Awards website, www.techawards.bm before September 18th.

Since 2007, the Department of ICT Policy and Innovation has recognized the best Bermuda-based companies and products which have made their mark, often on the global stage, with the Bermuda Technology Innovation Awards, otherwise known as TechAwards.

Speaking about technology innovation, Premier the Hon. E. David Burt, JP, MP, said: “The TechAwards recognises outstanding achievements being made in information technology by Bermuda residents and Bermuda-based organizations. Bermuda is a small island; however, we have a wealth of talent and a long history of innovation. Please submit nominations for a TechAward, if you are aware of an innovative product or tool in Bermuda.”

Once submitted by the public, nominations are carefully evaluated by the TechAwards Committee. Those that meet the criteria are then invited to present to a panel of judges from the local ICT industry. The top five finishers in each category will gather in small groups to be recognized by the Department of Economic Development with the presentations recorded for a virtual showing during the Awards Presentations.

Dr. Marisa Stones, Acting Director, Economic Development Department stated: “Our Committee may need to adjust some of the existing categories to accommodate what we expect to be an increase in nominations for this year’s TechAwards as a result of the number of companies shifting their business practices to eCommerce because of social distancing restrictions. This, in addition to the increase in the number of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies we’ve been seeing over the past few years, could make the 2020 TechAwards remarkably interesting.”

Dr. Stones went on to say, ““This year, the TechAwards Presentations will undergo their own COVID-focused revisions with small-group sessions for judging, and the in-person presentations being videotaped and edited for viewing by a global audience during the Bermuda Development Agency’s Virtual TechWeek on October 14th.

Have you developed an innovative technological advancement, or do you know of one? From now until September 10th, nominate your favourites at www.techawards.bm!

Thu. 17 Sep, 2020 7:00 pm - Thu. 8 Oct, 2020 8:00 pm
Every Day until September 21, 2020
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