Imagination's Hossein Yassaie at the 2010 Awards

The Technology Entrepreneur Award, sponsored by Imagination Technologies and part of the NMI Industry Awards 2011, is a prestigious award given to a remarkable individual who displays the qualities and values associated with the technology entrepreneur:  turning a vision into business reality. These characteristics include:

►   A thought leader and constant innovator

►   Embraces and/or anticipates change

►   Sees change as a market opportunity

►   Is able to identify and apply technical solutions

►   Can translate solutions into a requisite business plan/model

►   Has the courage and ability to drive innovative concepts along a path to realisation

►   Is robust in adversity, has a stamina and a strong desire to succeed

►   Demonstrates high personal standards and integrity

►   Builds commitment, empowers followers, partners, inspires investors and customers

NMI and the judges are looking to honour an individual who is both inspirational and a role model to others.

The technology entrepreneur award is open to candidates of any age.

Individuals who apply solutions across subject/technical disciplines are especially encouraged for nomination as this reflects the growing pervasiveness of electronics and its role as a solutions enabler.

Check out the full details here. The award will be presented at an event on November 3rd 2011 in London.

About the author: David Harold

Profile photo of David

David Harold is senior director for marketing communications at Imagination Technologies. David worked for several advertising and PR agencies promoting everything from fashion to valves before specialising in technology. David joined Imagination in 1998 and has been with the company though its rebranding from VideoLogic, its entry into the console and mobile markets, the launch of the Pure brand, and the launches of key products including Pure’s Evoke, Bug and Sensia, Caustic’s R2500 and R2100 ray tracing boards and Imagination’s Ensigma, Meta, PowerVR and Flow IPs.

View all posts by David Harold