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We are truly honored to be named a 2016 Technology Impact Award (TIA) Finalist for "Emerging Company of the Year." Big congrats to the other finalists in this category. And a special thanks to the continued support from BC's vibrant and innovative tech community.

Marking the TIA's 23rd year of celebrating the best of BC's tech industry, the BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) announced the finalists on April 13th at the sold-out TechBrew event.

"The BC tech industry has had another incredible year, and the 2016 TIAs finalists are a testament to that fact," said Bill Tam, BCTIA President and CEO. "Our finalists represent the very best in their categories, exemplifying the leadership that many BC Tech companies have achieved in delivering solutions to customers and partners around the globe. The TIAs celebrate excellence in every respect and demonstrate the incredible people, innovation and growth that make BC the best place to grow a tech company."

The awards honor companies in ten categories, recognizing excellence with Technology, People, and Company awards. This year, the finalists represent a multitude of sectors, including software, financial technology (fintech) and cleantech, as well as the cutting edge field of health and medical technology, with one finalist specializing in 3D bioprinting and tissue engineering.

For a full list of TIA finalists, visit the press release.

All winners will be announced on June 7th, at the 2016 Technology Impact Awards, to be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Tickets to the gala are now on sale. The Early Bird Deadline is Friday, May 6 at 5PM PT. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit

About the BCTIA
The BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) is guided by their vision to make BC the best place to grow a tech company. For more than 20 years, the BCTIA has helped to grow the province's tech cluster to over 9,000 companies that employ nearly 90,000 people, and that now outpaces the resource industry in terms of economic contribution to the province.

BCTIA's mission is to help tech companies grow, and it is supported by their core values: Be of Service, Succeed Together, and Pay it Forward.