Mindgrub is thrilled to be the recipient of two Baltimore Innovation Awards: “Tech Business of the Year” and “Best Locally-Built Indie Video Game of the Year” for Johnny Speed.
Last year’s “Tech Company of the Year Award” went to Order Up, a company recently acquired by Groupon, while Pure Bang Games received last year’s “Best Locally Built Video Game of the Year,” award.
The Baltimore Innovation Awards are the culmination of Baltimore Innovation Week, an annual celebration of technology and innovation that is both curated and organized by Technical.ly Baltimore and partner organizations. This year, Mindgrub’s Chief Technology Officer, Sa’ad Raouf, along with Lead Software Engineer, Brian Thompson, participated in Dev Talks, while Mindgrub’s Director of Creative Strategy, Leah Vogely, presented on strategic marketing during the Future Digital Marketing Conference.
Awards were distributed at the first annual Beta City event hosted by Betamore, Plank Industries, Startup Maryland, and Technical.ly Baltimore at City Garage, a the newly renovated warehouse in Port Covington, Baltimore.
About the Baltimore Innovation Awards
The awards are part of Baltimore Innovation week, featuring events all over the city across a wide range of innovation-focused disciplines. Over 2,000 votes for the Baltimore Innovation Awards were sourced from the larger Baltimore community and are awarded to businesses and organizations based in Baltimore City.