PROVIDENCE-based G-Form LLC was among the 10 winners of the 2012 New England Innovation Awards from the Smaller Business Association of New England. Here, company President Danny Warshay uses a bowling ball to demonstrate the resilience of the company's product range.
WALTHAM – Providence-based G-Form LLC was among the 10 winners of the 2012 New England Innovation Awards from the Smaller Business Association of New England.
The 10 winners were spread out in three categories – profit, nonprofit and rising star – and spanned industries from consumer products and youth services to laboratory research and marketing services.
G-Form – maker of “extreme” athletic and electronic, protective equipment – was one of two winners in the “rising star” category.
“The New England Innovation Awards showcases the best innovative companies in our region who possess the most explosive growth potential to expand our economic base,” said SBANE President Robert Baker.
“The health of the New England Economy depends upon the creative forces of innovation to drive capital formation and job creation,” said Baker.
The winners in the profit category:
Corporate Reimbursement Services Inc. - Needham, Mass.
HubSpot Inc. - Cambridge, Mass.
Millivisions Technologies Inc. - South Deerfield, Mass.
uTest - Southborough, Mass.
Xtalic - Marlborough, Mass.
The winners in the nonprofit category:
MassChallenge - Boston, Mass.
More Than Words - Waltham, Mass.
The Concord Consortium - Concord, Mass.
The winners in the “rising star” category:
G-Form LLC - Providence
Parcell Laboratories LLC - Newton, Mass.
Winners and finalists were honored at the Evening of Innovation Gala Dinner on May 10 at The Westin Hotel in Waltham, Mass.
Smaller Business Association of New England,