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Award finalist info

Facebook notifications

We’ve developed a Facebook page just for the Awards Gala. The goal will be to post there (finalist announcements, ways to get your employees involved).

https://www.facebook.com/Tech-Titans-Awards-Gala-111443477374194

Sample award segment

Awards Reception and Presentation

Wednesday, Jan. 19

Eisemann Center - Hill Performance Hall and Leftwich Grand Foyer

5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Drinks and hors d'oeuvres to be served at 5 pm. Awards begin at 6 pm.  Sponsors and Finalists will have socially distanced assigned seating on the main floor.  Winners will be announced and accept the award on stage.

Tech Titans will provide 2 complimentary tickets for finalist and guest.  Please submit names and emails to Mallory Crumb by January 10th at mallory@techtitans.org.

 

Additional tickets to the event may be purchased here: https://www.eisemanncenter.com/event/i/8060/d/tech-titans

VIP tickets (priced at $125 plus processing and handling fees and includes access to the CEO and Hall of Fame sessions) go on sale December 1.

General Admission tickets (priced at $75 plus processing and handling fees) will go on sale January 3.

*We will not be able to seat additional tickets with the complimentary finalists tickets on the floor.

 

For any press or media needs contact Amy Alexander at amy@techtitans.org.

High quality media elements

Please send us a high-res photo of the nominee and/or company logo (make sure each is at least 1MG in size or an .eps file for quality needs). Mallory Crumb

We try to work in video in fun ways as much as we can. We’ve tried different methods of logistics, and this year one of our sponsors MarketScale has offered their easy MarketScale Studio solution. You have exclusive access to MarketScale's online Studio platform where you can record your message on your own time, to be edited by MarketScale's production team. We've already created a username and password for you at studio.marketscale.com.

Please record your video by Friday, Nov. 12

Some technical considerations:
• Shoot in a quiet place, preferably at a work station instead of your mobile phone (that’s too shaky).
• Have good lighting and good audio.
• Have a relatively calm background without clutter, but don’t use a filter.

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