9th Impact won Best Emerging Technology Start-up at the ITAG (Information and Technology Association of Galway) Excellence Awards held in the Meyrick Hotel on Friday the 17th of November.
Finn Krewer (CTO at 9th Impact) and Mark Quick (Director at 9th Impact) picked up the award on behalf of the team at the gala event.
The team are busy working on their first console game release while the TV advertising campaigns for their Danger Mouse mobile game are starting this month.
Centre Alumni wins Enterprise of the Year
Galway Technology Centre Alumni, Storm Technology, who recently announced 60 new jobs for its operations in Galway and Dublin, also won an award for Enterprise of the Year. Congratulations to founder Karl Flannery and everyone at Storm Technology.
Other winners in technology, digital and innovation include:
Emerging Talent – Aisling O’Malley, HPE
Digital Woman Award – Emer Kelly – Avaya,
Digital Woman Award – Kim Tighe – DXC Technology
IT in the Community Award – Atlantec Festival Committee
Digital Project SME Award – Orreco, FitrWoman
Digital Project MNC Award – Wood Group
Technology Innovation SME Award – Channel Mechanics
Technology Innovation MNC Award – Fidelity Investments
Outstanding Contribution to Digital Sector
Ann O’Dea (CEO and co-founder of Silicon Republic and founder of Inspirefest) was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to the Digital Sector.
Congratulations @annodeasr who is on stage – outstanding contribution to the digital sector #ITAGAwards #itagawards2017 @itag_ie – talks about the DNA in the Galway tech sector pic.twitter.com/AwZflYK5X5
— John Breslin (@johnbreslin) November 17, 2017