Nominate a Smart Cities leader in Greater Cincinnati
At the Smart Cincy Summit
guests received 3D printed key chains, and winners received 3D printed awards that were created in real-time during the event. It was all made possible by the prodigy Andrew H from Lebanon, OH.
Smart Cincy Regional Leadership Awards
Now it's your chance to recognize a leader helping make our neighborhoods and region smart. Nominations are now open for the Smart Cincy Regional Leadership Awards (winners to be announced at the Smart Regions Conference on October 25th.)
Who is eligible?
Residents and employees in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana working to create a more workable, livable region. Previous award winners include Nexigen's Jon Salisbury (Smart City Leadership Award,) Hamilton Mill's Antony Seppi, CONFLUENCE's Melinda Kruyer, City of Cincinnati's Leigh Tami, and Startup Cincy's Bjorn Simmons. More details coming soon.
How do I make a nomination?
Fill out this form
*National and international awards at the event are not open for nomination on this page. Contact us for more details.
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