Less than four weeks and more than 22 thousand votes since the Mashable Innovation Index competition kicked off, 15 winners have been crowned for their role in creating life-changing innovations. Last month 15 handpicked industry experts were chosen to curate 15 innovative categories and nominate five “game-changers.” Mashable readers were then asked to vote on their favorites, and the winners are being revealed today.
Nominees selected by Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer of Columbia University
Nominees selected by Martha Stewart, Entrepreneur
Nominees selected by Lance Ulanoff, Editor-in-Chief of Mashable
Nominees selected by Stacy London, Host of What Not to Wear and Founder, Style for Hire
Nominees selected by Adam Braun, Founder of Pencils of Promise
Nominees selected by Jess Lee, CEO and Co-Founder of Polyvore
Nominees selected by Chris Hughes, Editor-in-Chief of The New Republic
Nominees selected by Lorena Garcia, Chef
Nominees selected by Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, Co-Founder of Gilt Groupe
Nominees selected by Jon M. Chu, Filmmaker and Founder of DS2DIO
Nominees selected by Rafat Ali, Founder of Skift
- Winner in Travel: High-Tech Airports
Nominees selected by Brett Terpstra, Podcaster and Life Hacker
Nominees selected by Coco Rocha, Model
Nominees selected by Sarah Robb O’Hagan, President, Equinox
Nominees selected by Jon Dube, GM of CBS Fantasy Sports
V.me by Visa and Mashable recognize 2012 has been an outstanding year for innovation. These 15 winners are setting new technology trends, creating new products, changing the way people connect and communicate, and reinventing the way consumers shop and merchants do business.
We’re inspired by the level of innovation each winner represents, and we offer our congratulations to all the winners.
Posted by: Ryan Donovan, Corporate Relations on December 11, 2012 at 1:56 pm