Salesforce, Springbuk Among Top Mira Winners

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Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) was named Tech Company of the Year and Indianapolis-based Springbuk earned Scale-Up of the Year and Company Culture of the Year honors at Saturday's sold-out 19th Annual Mira Awards in Indianapolis. A panel of 52 judges selected the winners from a pool of more than 200 nominations for individuals, companies and organizations representing the best in tech in Indiana. Inside INdiana Business will publish a special e-newsletter this week and feature interviews on this weekend's television show showcasing the winners.

This year's winners are:

Trailblazer Award - John Wechsler, Founder, Launch Fishers and Indiana IoT Lab
TechPoint Foundation for Youth Bridge Builder Award - Jeffrey C. Musgrove Jr., Digital Development Lead, Eli Lilly and Co.
Tech Educator of the Year - Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce (iDEW), IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI
Rising Star Award - Ellie Symes, Chief Executive Officer, The Bee Corp.
Investor of the Year - High Alpha - Scott Dorsey, Managing Partner
Community Champion of the Year - Kristen Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, The Startup Ladies
Corporate Innovator of the Year - City of Indianapolis-Marion County, Information Services Agency
Innovation of the Year - WorkHere
Best New Tech Product - Heliponix
Tech Service of the Year - Codelicious
Company Culture of the Year - Springbuk
Best New Tech Start-up - FreightRover
Scale-up of the Year ($100K-$5M) - Springbuk
Scale-up of the Year ($5M-$20M) - SupplyKick
Tech Company of the Year ($20M+ Revenue) - Salesforce

The second annual People's Choice Mira Award winners include:

Best Tech Space- DeveloperTown's Tiny House Village
Best Tech Event- Kronos Incorporated's Indianapolis Tech Center Interview Blitz
Best Tech T-shirt or Swag- Upper Hand's Oakley Brand Icon Performance Shirt

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