We’re excited to share Whereoware WON the 2018 Timmy Award for the DC Best Tech Work Culture! The competition was fierce with more than 60 local Timmy Award nominations and nine other finalists in our category.
We’re excited to be recognized as a leader in Washington DC’s technology industry for our smart and playful corporate culture. We’re proud of the fun, diverse, and inventive employees we celebrate each and every day.
Our weird and wonderful “geek chic” Whereoware family is imaginative, driven, and award-winning, but casual and cool. Most of all, we laugh hard and work harder, and always go the extra mile for our clients. (Want to join us? We’re hiring!)
The Best Tech Work Culture award recognizes work cultures that actively promote technical creativity, innovation, and learning. Winners were chosen by a combination of communal votes and a panel of expert judges. We’re so thankful for our supporters in the local community.
Our team had a great time connecting with DC’s top-notch tech companies and thought leaders at Tech in Motion’s biggest night of the year. Congratulations to all the other finalists! Explore the complete list of categories, winners, and runner-ups for Washington DC’s 2018 Timmy Awards here.
The Timmy Awards
Presented by Tech in Motion, the Timmy Awards recognize the best in technology work culture, management, and startups in 10 regions across North America, including Washington DC, New York, San Francisco, and more. The goal of the Timmys is to celebrate companies striving to create the best-of-the-best workplaces for tech professionals in their local communities.
The four award categories include: Best Tech Work Culture, Best Tech Startup, Best Tech Manager, and Best Tech Workplace for Diversity. Visit techinmotionevents.com for the details.
More About Tech in Motion
Tech in Motion is an international events series that brings local tech community professionals together. What started as a collaborative project between IT recruiting firms Jobspring Partners and Workbridge Associates in 2011, grew into an organization of over 100,000 members across 12 chapters in North America.