How Is Your Company Innovating?

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Applications continue to be accepted for Soundings Trade Only’s Top 10 Most Innovative Marine Companies awards. The awards are open to companies of all types and sizes that supply or service the marine industry.

The judging panel will review a range of company initiatives in several categories:

• Altruism/Social Awareness

• Development and Technology

• Work Culture

• Manufacturing Process/Supply Chains

• Startups

• Other

Members of the panel include Bill Sisson, editorial director of the AIM Marine Group; Jeff Moser, editor-in-chief of Soundings Trade Only; Soundings Trade Only publisher Michele Goldsmith; Thom Dammrich, past president of the NMMA; and Frank Marciano, former president of Dometic Corp.

The awards focus on the period from Aug. 15, 2019, through Aug. 14, 2020. Applications can be submitted here through Aug. 15.

The winners of the Top 10 Most Innovative Marine Companies awards will be profiled in the November issue of Soundings Trade Only and at TradeOnlyToday.com. Winners also receive additional benefits.

Ten winners, including an overall top winner, will be recognized at the Soundings Trade Only Leadership Summit to be held during IBEX Online: A Virtual Experience.

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