27 March 2008

Nubiq is Nominated for the ITLG, Irish Times Innovation Award - Stanford on Thursday

The TSSG is delighted that Nubiq has been nominated for the ITLG, Irish Times Innovation Award Thursday 27th March 2007 at Stanford University, San Francisco, California.
On the evening, the ITLG will present honors to Intel Chairman Craig Barrett and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Micheál Martin TD for their contributions to the growth of Ireland’s technology sector. The ITLG will also present the Irish Times’ Innovation Award to a single Irish company that has achieved technical or business milestones and has demonstrated a capacity for international growth.

This year’s judging process has included the participation of the ITLG Board, Enterprise Ireland, Invest Northern Ireland, IDA Ireland and the Irish Times, each of which nominated highly innovative Irish companies seeking to grow their overseas presence. Unlike other awards, ITLG honorees are selected through an external nomination process.
The ITLG Board are:
  • John Hartnett, Senior VP at Palm Inc
  • Niall O’Connor, CIO of Apple Inc
  • Rory McInerney, Vice President, Intel Corporation
  • Barry O’Sullivan, Senior Vice President at Cisco Systems
  • Tony Redmond, Chief Technology Officer at HP Services
  • John Gilmore, COO, Sling Media Inc
  • Conrad Burke, President & CEO, Innovalight Inc

The Irish Times and Irish America Magazine have also dedicated space in upcoming issues to profile ITLG finalists and ultimately the award winner. John Collins, one of Ireland’s most prominent technology journalists, has already interviewed Helene and a preview of the awards ceremony ran in the Irish Times on Monday.
Established in October 2007 and based in Palo Alto, California, the Irish Technology Leadership Group (ITLG) is a group of Irish and Irish American senior executives based in Silicon Valley, active in the global technology industry, committed to ensuring that Ireland remains a strategic area of investment and opportunity for US technology companies, and who are keen to support the growth and development of Irish-based technology companies.
TSSG Press Release Posted by mofoghlu at March 27, 2008 12:41 PM | TrackBack
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