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San Antonio Business Journal
Awards to Texas businesses and organizations in eligible areas for innovative contributions to local communities. The award is intended to recognize a range of company types, including nonprofit organizations, venture firms, start-ups, later-stage tech pillars, accelerators, meetup groups, etc. Self-nominations are accepted. Eligible nominees are located in San Antonio.
The awards honor companies and organizations that are setting the local innovation economy ablaze. Selection criteria include new funding, adding headcount, social and community impact, product launches, company pivots, company growth, and amazing stories of innovators reshaping the ecosystem.
GrantWatch ID#: 200283
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Apply online: https://www.bizjournals.com/register/sanantonio?r=%2Fsanantonio%2Fnomination%2F86395%2F2022%2Fthe-fire-award-nominations
San Antonio Business Journal
200 E Grayson St., Ste 110
San Antonio, TX 78215
USA: Texas: San Antonio
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