The Minnesota Technology Association Announces the Finalists for the 2020 Tekne Awards
Winners of each category will be announced at the virtual Tekne Awards Celebration on November 18
(MINNEAPOLIS) Sept. 30, 2020 – The Minnesota Technology Association (MnTech), is excited to announce 53 finalists for the 2020 Tekne Awards in 16 categories that span a wide range of leading-edge technologies. Among the categories are data analytics, manufacturing, medical devices, financial services, healthcare and AI and machine learning. This year, an additional award category was added to recognize organizations for their community response to COVID-19. The winners in all award categories will be revealed on November 18 at the virtual Tekne Awards Celebration.
“Each year, the Tekne Awards shine a spotlight on the people and organizations driving Minnesota’s innovation economy,” said Jeff Tollefson, President and CEO of MnTech. “This year, we are excited to honor those organizations that swiftly responded to the COVID-19 crisis in addition to recognizing those that played a significant role in spearheading science and technology innovation in Minnesota and around the world.”
The 2020 Tekne Awards celebration will be held virtually on Wednesday, November 18. The awards ceremony celebrates Minnesota’s technology community, drawing in the state’s most influential business, educational and government leaders.
For additional information and registration visit TekneAwards.org.
Below is a list of the finalists for the 2020 awards. Descriptions of each category are available at: https://tekneawards.org/award/2020-award-categories.
Edge Computing & IoT
Financial Services Technology
Healthcare Information Systems
Medical Technology & Devices
Retail, Supply Chain & Distribution
Tech Talent – Corporate Initiative
Tech Talent – Solution Provider
Tech For Good
COVID-19 Community Response
About the Minnesota Technology Association (MnTech)
The Minnesota Technology Association is a coalition of more than 250 member companies united in building a stronger tech ecosystem and innovation economy in Minnesota. Formerly known as the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA), the organization works to ensure that Minnesota’s technology-driven companies have access to exceptional talent, dedicated public policy advocates, and are part of an innovative, inclusive technology community.