Greater Austin Business Awards

Austin Chamber Announces Finalists for "Most Uniquely Austin" and Greater Austin Business Awards

Posted By Greater Austin Chamber | Jul 24, 2018
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Austin Chamber announces “Most Uniquely Austin,” Greater Austin Business Award finalists
Voting for “Most Uniquely Austin” business ends Aug. 3

AUSTIN, Texas, July 24, 2018 -- The Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce today announced 11 finalists for the “Most Uniquely Austin” award. The winner, to be determined through public voting, is a company that embraces Austin’s unique culture and exemplifies what it means to live and do business in the Austin region.

The award is one of 11 categories in the Chamber’s annual Greater Austin Business Awards program. Now in its 18th year, the program celebrates excellence in the local business community which helps make the Austin region one of the most desirable places in the world to live, work, and play.

“The business awards gives the Austin Chamber an opportunity to recognize businesses in our community that go above and beyond for the community and its employees,” said Lyn Chasteen, Senior Vice President of Programs & Engagement, Greater Austin Chamber. “Nominated businesses not only provide our community with jobs, but also support local services, grow the next generation of leaders, and give back to those in need.” 

The finalists and winners for each category will be announced during an awards ceremony on Aug. 30 at the JW Marriott Austin. The event is open to the public. Tickets and tables can be purchased here.

Most Uniquely Austin Award Finalists

The finalists for the “Most Uniquely Austin” award are Austin Partners in Education, Bark & Zoom, Chez Zee, High5Events, Mood Media, Netspend, Olono, Realty Austin, ShipStation, Sputnik ATX, and Twin Liquors.

The community is invited to participate in the selection of this year's winner through a survey available online which includes a brief description of each finalist.

2018 Finalists for Greater Austin Business Awards

The Austin Chamber today also released names of all company finalists selected by a panel of independent judges. Finalists and winners will be recognized in several categories including Community Relations, Customer Service, Employee Wellness, Company Culture, Environmental Champion, Innovation, Executive Leadership, International Reach, Non-Profit, First Time Entrepreneur, and Most Uniquely Austin. Below is a complete list of 2018 finalists.

ABC Home and Commercial Services

Jeremiah Program Austin

Accenture

JLL

Acessa Health

Jobe Corral Architects

Altatudes

Keller Williams Realty International

AMD

Kerbey Lane Cafe

Apptronik Inc.

Ketner Group Communications

Archer Malmo

King Florist of Austin

Arm, Inc.

Kossen Communications LLC

Atchley & Associates, LLP

Launch Marketing

Atlassian

Lettuce Networks

Austex Fence & Deck

Live Music Tutor

Austin Energy

Meals on Wheels Central Texas

Austin Fraser

MyITpros

Austin Habitat for Humanity

National Instruments

Austin Partners In Education

Nelsen Partners, Inc.

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

Netspend

Autocraft Bodywerks

NSS Labs

BAE Systems Inc.

O'Connell Robertson

Balcones Recycling,Inc

Opcity Inc.

Baylor Scott & White Health

Pivot3

Big Brother, Big Sisters of Central Texas

Procore Technologies

Bloom Communications

Reality Based Group, Inc.

Bloomfire

Red Fan Communications

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area

Remedy

Bryan Anthonys

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas

BuildASign.com

Rose Dental Group

Capsa Ventures

SailPoint

car2go

Samsung Austin Semiconductor, LLC

Care.com HomePay

ShipStation

Central Texas Food Bank

Silicon Labs

Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority

SinfoniaRx, Inc.

Certain Affinity

SOAL Technologies

Clean Scapes

SparkCognition

CognitiveScale

Springbox

Colorado River Alliance

Square Root, Inc.

Commission Express Lone Star

TalentGuard

Condé Nast, Co/Lab, Austin

Texas Engineering Solutions

David Weekley Homes

Texas Mutual Insurance Company

Dropoff

The Arc of the Capital Area

Dun & Bradstreet

The Beck Group

Dynamic Manufacturing Solutions

The Home Depot Austin Technology Center

Emerson Automation Solutions - Systems and Solutions

The HT Group

Emily Schmitz, MedVoice PR Founder

TEL

Five Stone Tax Advisers

Truluck's Seafood, Steak and Crab House

Focus Strategies Investment Banking

TurnKey Vacation Rentals

Growth Acceleration Partners

Two Hands Chiropractic

Health Alliance for Austin Musicians

United Way for Greater Austin

HHS

Volusion

Hilton Austin

WeWork

Hyatt Regency Austin

WP Engine

Impero Software

Wunderman Austin

IronBridge Private Wealth

Your6, Inc.

Jackson Walker LLP

 

About the Greater Austin Chamber

The mission of the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce is to provide leadership that facilitates the creation of a prosperous regional economy and effective advocacy for its 2,800 members. For more information about the Austin Chamber visit AustinChamber.com.

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Greater Austin Chamber

The Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce focuses on how the Austin Region works. We serve as the voice of business for 2,800 organizations representing a combined workforce of about 330,000 employees throughout Central Texas. Our mission is to provide leadership that facilitates the creation of a prosperous regional economy and effective advocacy for members.