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Nominate Innovator of the Year

July 23, 2010

Do You Know an Innovator that Deserves Recognition?

This just in from R&D Mag…

R&D Magazine is turning to the R&D community to help identify the best minds in research and development. We invite our readers to nominate candidates for Innovator of the Year and Young Innovator of the Year. First, the editors accept nominations. Then, readers vote to select the Innovator and Young Innovator.

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The Innovator of the Year must have demonstrated leadership in the development of a product or products in his/her organization within the past five years. The products must be readily identified as innovative—not evolutionary, trivial, or obvious. The product development made by the nominee must have made a significant contribution to his/her organization with regard to one or more (but not limited to) of the following items:

• Increased sales
• Increased profitability
• Increased market share
• Increased overall growth for the organization
• Dramatic improvements in product performance or applications
• Dramatic improvements in safety or security
• Dramatic improvements in the sustainability, cost effectiveness, efficiency, or production of the product

The product development can consist of an actual hardware-based product, software, process technology, or service. Product development accomplishments can consist of one or more individual products with applications in any country.

All nominations are due by September 15, 2010. Voting will commence on September 27 and conclude on October 15. The editors of R&D Magazine will announce the finalists on October 21, 2010.

The recipients will be honored at the 48th Annual R&D 100 Awards Banquet, on November 11 at the Renaissance Orlando Hotel at SeaWorld in Orlando, Fla.

To learn more about this program…

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