Experience the Mira Awards: Winners Tell Their Stories (VIDEO)

The 2013 TechPoint Mira Awards presented by BKD CPAs & Advisors was the largest event in the program’s 14-year history. A record-breaking 1,000 tech professionals attended the gala at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis on April 20, and this year’s class of Mira Awards finalists and the group of independent judges who scored nominations and selected winners were also the largest ever.

Mike Langellier, president and CEO of TechPoint, said that he and the TechPoint team set out to produce the best … most fun … most memorable … most impactful Mira Awards ever, in celebration of Indiana’s thriving tech sector and everything that means for our state. The fact that it drew the biggest crowd since the Mira Awards started just before the turn of the century is an indicator that we are on the right track.

WATCH VIDEO: A handful of 2013 Mira Award winners talk about TechPoint’s annual excellence and innovation awards and share what it means to be recognized as the “Best of Tech in Indiana.” Video produced by Raidious (www.raidious.com).

Interviewees include Dottie Coven of CurriculumLoft; Angel Morales and Howard Bates of Smarter Remarketer; Jenny Vance of LeadJen; and Shelly Towns, Peter Lazarz, and Reuben Wilson of Angie’s List.

Share your own Mira Awards experiences by posting pictures and videos to the TechPoint Facebook wall. Our professional photographers took more than 700 photos during the Mira Awards gala and you can view then and order digital files or prints. Visit the Banayote Photography site and have fun reliving what a great time everybody had!


WATCH VIDEO: Learn more about the TechPoint Mira Awards and the role they play in economic development and the growth of Indiana’s tech sector.


PHOTO GALLERY: Click on the thumbnail to see larger photo and learn more about each winner.

    

   

   

    

    

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Joshua Hall is editor of techpoint.org. He writes about Indiana tech companies, jobs, people & events. @joshua2349