The Innovision Awards program is marking its 20th anniversary this year. Finalists for the various award categories have been named. The annual awards dinner will be held at the Spartanburg Marriott on Thursday, Nov. 8.
Innovision “recognizes businesses, entrepreneurs, educators and individuals who set new standards for innovation by creating, developing and implementing their visionary thinking, thereby invigorating the South Carolina economy,” according to a news release.
This year’s categories and finalists are:
- Technology Development: Accessible Diagnostics in Greenville, Heatworks in Mount Pleasant and Poly-Med in Anderson
- Technology Integration: Bandwagon in Greenville, Contec in Spartanburg and Insignia Group in Rock Hill
- Small Enterprise: P2 Ops in Fort Mill, Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing in Florence and Tetramer Technologies in Pendleton
- Education: Clear Touch Interactive in Greenville, Clemson University Early Literacy Center in Clemson and the University of South Carolina College of Engineering and Computing in Columbia
- Sustainability: Mogul SC Nonwovens in Gray Court, Unlimited Power in Greenville and Worthwhile in Greenville
- Community Service: 6 AM City LLC in Greenville, Global Transplant Solutions in Duncan, and Westminster Presbyterian-Carolina High School in Greenville
- Young Innovator: Converse College S.T.A.R.S. Program in Spartanburg