When and Where
November 1, 2017
National Union Building
918 F St NW, 20004 Washington
50 on Fire is a celebration of innovators, big and small, people and organizations, across multiple categories. Though DC Inno primarily covers the city's thriving tech, education, and startup communities, we understand that these sectors don't have an exclusiveness on innovation. The unbelievably talented graphic designer at your agency is innovative. The enterprise company that helps fuel your small business is innovative. The non-profit you donate to is innovative. Your favorite food truck is innovative.
Innovation is everywhere in the District and 50 on Fire is a celebration of it.
Check out last year's 50 on Fire winners:
Quick heads up on 50 on Fire. This year, we’re going to be doing things a little differently. We have announced the final 50 on Fire, a collection of the people, companies and organizations that are heating up D.C.’s innovation economy across 9 categories. Then, live at the event, we’ll unveil the Inno Blazer for each category, selected by a panel of judges. Read all about it and check out this year's 50 on Fire winners here.
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