OTTAWA – CATAAlliance, Canada’s One Voice for Innovation Lobby Group, announced the opening of nominations for its long-standing award for Outstanding Product Achievement in advanced technology, named the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University Outstanding Product Achievement Award in Advanced Technology.
The Outstanding Product Achievement Award will be presented to a Canadian organization for an outstanding technology engineering development which has resulted in the production of a world-class product or family of products. The product will have proven itself in operation and its design and market success will have enhanced Canada’s international reputation for innovation and excellence.
View our video interview with last year’s winner, Carl J. Rodrigues, President & CEO, SOTI Inc.
“Canada is home to world class leaders responsible for important technological advancements helping our country retain its competitive position,” said, Dr. Jerry Tomberlin, Dean at the Sprott School of Business. “We are proud to sponsor this award recognizing an outstanding technology engineering development which has resulted in the production of a world-class product or family of products.”
The Award will be presented at CATA’s 31st Annual Innovation Leadership Awards Gala, hosted by the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University in Ottawa on May 17th 2017.
This year’s Gala continues a 32 year tradition of recognizing outstanding technological innovation and corporate leadership in expanding the frontiers of Canada’s advanced technology industries.
CTV Alumni Host, Paul Brent will return as the guest MC and moderator of an executive panel of business and community leaders focusing on the theme of Innovation Leadership and Competitive Success.
Please review Award criteria in Para 2 above and then submit your nominations for Outstanding Product Achievement Award at this URL: http://cata.ca/2017/innovationleadership-awards/
Our Innovation Award winners have shown that they are world-class innovators and industry leaders. They serve as role models for the development of commercially successful enterprises in Canada,” says John Reid, CATA President. “We’re proud that the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University is part of a tradition of sponsoring our most prestigious award for outstanding product achievement”
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The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance) is Canada’s One Voice for Innovation Lobby Group, crowdsourcing ideas and guidance from thousands of opt in members in moderated social networks in Canada and key global markets. (No Tech Firm Left Behind) Contact: John Reid at firstname.lastname@example.org