CultivatePeople is featured in the Software category for DC Inno’s 2019 50 on Fire, as anticipation for Kamsa’s release grows!
50 on Fire is a celebration of Greater Washington innovators – big and small, people and organizations – across multiple categories. The list, sourced from nominations and editorial coverage and selected by the DC Inno team, highlights 50 people and companies that are truly heating up the DMV’s ecosystem.
So, what makes an innovator “on fire?”
DC Inno features people, companies and organizations that have had a banner year in the District’s innovation economy – whether that’s a big funding round, product launch, growth milestone, big hire, successful pivot or all of the above. In 2019, DC Inno wrote several hundred stories and over 250 newsletters about local innovation. We know who’s on fire.
We invite you and your team, friends, family – and anyone that wants to network with the D.C. area’s most inspiring entrepreneurs, executives, startups and businesses – to join us Nov. 21 at The Living Room to celebrate the people, companies and ideas that continue to cement the District as the global hub of and for innovation.
Here is the list of all those featured on this years list:
Lauren Maffeo, GetApp
Cory Siskind, Base Operations
Chris Wood, LGBT Tech
Manpreet Singh, AWS Ventures
Jillian Copeland, Main Street Connect
Veni Kunche, Diversify Tech
Nicholas Bonaventure, StartOut
Anthony Millin, NEXT
Erin Fristoe, Research Innovations Inc., a CultivatePeople client!
Josh Habursky, Grassroots Professional Network
Design, Development and Marketing
Kelly Miller, Banner Public Affairs
Jason Hubbard, SalesIntel
LaNysha Adams, Edlinguist Solutions
Sara Polon, Soupergirl
Stephen Taylor, Lyft
Jonathan Chashper, WolfPack
Athena Meyers, The Knot Worldwide
Kathy Mayerhofer, Xometry
Tom Fuge, Truss
Cameron Ross, Celise Bioproducts
Steve Murray, Revolution Growth