Micro Dynamics & Win Wood Named Tenke Award FinalistProgram recognizes technology innovation and leadership
Micro Dynamics Corporation (MDC) and Win Wood, MDC vice president of strategic programs, have been named as a finalist for a 2005 Tekne Award, Minnesota’s annual awards program that recognizes companies and individuals who have shown superior technology innovation and leadership.
| The Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) and Minnesota Technology, Inc. (MTI), in partnership with Medical Alley/MNBIO, have joined together to recognize technology innovators and leaders who have made lasting contributions to enhancing the quality of life and competitiveness of Minnesota. |
"The Micro Dynamics team is very proud of our company’s advancements in technology services and Win Wood’s strong leadership skills," said Mike Brown, CEO of MDC. "This is the ultimate compliment to the corporation and its employees to be a finalist among such great companies in the Minnesota technology arena."
| "The Tekne Awards have come to represent a collection of preeminent technology companies that are industry leaders in not just Minnesota, but around the globe," said Kate Rubin, president of MHTA. "Once again, this year’s award finalists prove that Minnesota is an ever-increasing hub for technology innovation." |
"To survive in today’s economy, companies must be technologically agile and progressive. These 2005 Tekne finalists provide exceptional models for using technology to reinvent and grow their businesses," said Wayne A. Pletcher, Ph.D., president and CEO of MTI.
The 2005 Tekne Awards will be presented on Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, beginning with a reception and silent auction at 4:30PM, followed by dinner at 6PM and the awards ceremony at 7PM. Fifty-one finalists have been named in 17 categories. A list of all finalists and categories can be found at www.tekneawards.org.
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