June 8, 2007

Nominate your innovation for IQ awards

BOULDER – Innovation is alive and well throughout the Boulder Valley, and the Boulder County Business Report is searching for the best and brightest new products and services.

Kicking off its annual hunt for the most innovative business ideas in Boulder and Broomfield counties, the Business Report is gearing up for its eighth annual IQ (Innovation Quotient) Awards, to be held Wednesday, Aug. 16.

Nominations for the best local innovations are being sought from companies throughout Boulder and Broomfield counties and the Denver-Boulder Corridor. Submit yours online at www.IQAwards.com or fill out the nomination form in the Business Report.

Categories include, but are not limited to: General Business, Commercial & Industrial, Computers, Consumer, Internet, Medical & Health, Nonprofit, Software, Sports & Leisure and Telecommunications. Finalists are chosen in each category, with winners announced at the awards event.

For the first time, the IQ Awards is including a category of Sustainable Business. If you have an innovative green business that offers products and services contributing to the well-being of not only Colorado residents but to inhabitants around the globe, please consider a nomination in this new category.

If you have any questions on submitting a nomination, call the Business Report at 303-440-4950.

Deadline for the 2007 IQ Awards nomination is Friday, July 6.

This year’s evening awards and networking program will be held the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center in Longmont, also the new home of the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame.

Companies that want to benefit from high-profile event marketing and connect to innovative businesses can become corporate sponsors for the 2007 IQ Awards.

 

IQ Awards sponsors receive recognition in all advertising leading up to the event, special opportunities to establish business relationships with local, innovative companies, including an exclusive reception with all IQ finalists and an event booth.

For a complete kit and CD-ROM detailing the IQ Awards, please contact Events Manager Mary Austin at 303-440-4950.

BOULDER – Innovation is alive and well throughout the Boulder Valley, and the Boulder County Business Report is searching for the best and brightest new products and services.

Kicking off its annual hunt for the most innovative business ideas in Boulder and Broomfield counties, the Business Report is gearing up for its eighth annual IQ (Innovation Quotient) Awards, to be held Wednesday, Aug. 16.

Nominations for the best local innovations are being sought from companies throughout Boulder and Broomfield counties and the Denver-Boulder Corridor. Submit yours online at www.IQAwards.com or fill out the nomination form in the Business Report.

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