eMerge Americas Techweek honors 100 ‘key influencers’


eMerge Americas Techweek on Thursday announced the Techweek100, a listt that honors leaders and organizations in the tech community, including innovators, executives, investors and supporters.

The list, which includes 119 men and 16 women representing 100 organizations, was chosen by the South Florida community and Team Techweek. "Techweek100 is an exclusive list that honors and celebrates key influencers in South Florida's tech ecosystem," said Iain Shovlin, chairman of Techweek, in a letter to the honorees. See the list here:  http://www.techweek.com/miami/techweek100.

eMerge Americas Techweek May 1-7 includes the conference and expo on May 5-6 at the Miami Beach Convention Center that will feature more than 100 speakers, STEM Tech Olympiad, Smart City Expo, eMerge Games, Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) competition, the eMerge Techweek LAUNCH Competition, Hiring Fair and a FashionTECH runway show.

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