Now that we’ve revealed five categories of finalists for 50 on Fire, we are more excited than ever for our epic awards event. All of these extraordinary companies and individuals have made their mark on our city, challenging the status quo in favor of a better vision for Boston. The time has come to honor the creators, dreamers, and game-changers setting the industry on fire, and we want you to be there.
Join us for 50 on Fire December 5th at the Moakley Courthouse for an awards event like no other. Champagne will flow and we will cheer as fifty of the city’s top innovators take home the top prize. Buy your 50 on Fire tickets today!
This year was a big one in the Tech world. With so many innovations rocking the industry, we simply couldn’t limit the awards to five per category. Instead there will be ten 50 on Fire winners in the Tech industry. With so many genius individuals and elite companies on the list of finalists, even selecting the top ten promises to be a challenge. Check out the 50 on Fire Finalists for Tech and be sure to review all the 50 on Fire Finalists here.
Jacqueline Hampton, Springpad
Former Time Inc. vice president, Jacqueline Hampton joined Springpad this August as the new CEO. The personal assistant app was already on fire, having been featured on the Today’s Show and named one of the “Top 50 Apps of 2013” by Time Magazine. But Hampton’s wealth of experiences from CitiGroup, Merrill Lynch, and more, make Springpad’s future even brighter.