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InnoVision Awards, established in 1999, is South Carolina’s premier organization dedicated to the advancement of innovation and technology.  InnoVision is the only program of its kind – a grass-roots, volunteer-led non-profit organization made up of businesses, organizations, universities, and individuals dedicated to finding innovation and technology in products, services, and education from across the state, and recognizing and honoring peers for achievements in their respective fields.  InnoVision Awards are the mark of distinction for outstanding leadership, innovation, and technological excellence.

The InnoVision Board maintains commitment to support, honor, and celebrate technology and innovation through two primary activities – conferring the annual InnoVision Awards in late Fall, and providing educational InnoVision Forums throughout the year.

On November 9th, we celebrated the power of innovation in South Carolina – showcasing all finalists and announcing the winners.

In addition to showcasing each of the finalists and announcing the winners in the categories below, we honored the recipient of the Dr. Charles Townes Individual Achievement Award, Dr. Martine LeBerge,  and recognized the winners of the 2021 Ibrahim Janajreh Young Innovator Award, the Richland Two Institute of Innovation (R2I2) Student Innovation Center

Click on the organization name below to view the videos shown during the awards celebration, sponsored by Contec, Inc.

Click on the name of each winner to see their video.

 

And the winners are…..

Elastrin Therapeutics Inc. (Simpsonville) for Technology Development
Camp Happy Days (Charleston) for Community Service
Aconabolics LLC (Greenville) for Small Enterprise 
Early College High School, Charleston County School District (Charleston) for Innovation in Education
Diversey Holdings Ltd. (Fort Mill) for Technology Integration 
Clemson Composites Center (Greenville) for Sustainability

Additionally…

Dr. Martine LeBerge was honored as the recipient of the Dr. Charles Townes Individual Achievement Award.

The Richland Two Institute of Innovation (R2I2) Student Innovation Center and its team of students that developed and presented the COVID Contact Tracer for the 2021 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition were recognized as the recipients of the 2021 Ibrahim Janajreh Young Innovator Award.