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Civic Innovation Project Founder & Director Recognized with 2015 State of Innovation Award


StreetWise Media


June 16, 2015

Together with 1,000+ business leaders and professionals, BostInno's  State of Innovation forum was held on Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at the Westin Boston Waterfront for an afternoon of high-profile keynote speakers, cutting-edge panel discussions, invigorating workshops and incredible networking.

The 2015 State of Innovation Forum focused on defining what it takes to continue Boston's growth as a leader in innovation. From the city's most successful pillar companies to the smallest high growth startups, Boston's industry leaders share how they conquered crucial aspects of their businesses and their strategies to scale. In tandem, BostInno honored individuals who are making the biggest impacts today for the future of our city in the City and recognized them with an Alumni Impact Award.

Civic Innovation Project Founder and Director Lourdes German, and other winners of the 2015 Alumni Impact Awards, were  chosen by a panel of judges based upon their contributions to Boston, its future and its innovation economy. Click here to read the official news piece honoring Lourdes German.  

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