• Recipients Announced for CBIC’s Annual Awards

    Central Virginia's Leading Innovators Honored at 2015 CBIC Awards Gala

    Monticello High School Teacher, Katina Dudley, Wins $2,500 CBIC Tech in Education Grant

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  • CBIC Awards Gala

    We all know that Charlottesville is a wonderful place to live. It’s a top ranked college town as well as one of the top five places that every American should visit. It’s got great food, wineries, and work opportunities. No wonder it’s one of the happiest places in the nation. Now we have another reason to celebrate.
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  • Entrepreneurs – The Real Time Travelers

    Take a random cross-section of the technologies around us. Smartphones, tablets, coffee machines that connect to the internet, thermostats that can be controlled from halfway around the world, cars that can parallel park themselves.

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  • PowerSole: Energizing the World

    PowerSole is a shoe that creates electricity when you walk by converting the kinetic energy produced from movement into electrical energy, which can be used to power electronic devices, such as cell phones and iPods.

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  • PocketSonics' Success Since “Breakthrough of 2006”

    For over 17 years, CBIC and the local tech community has bestowed honors on Charlottesville’s most interesting tech companies and entrepreneurs.  We thought it was time to check in with some of these award-winning ventures to find out what they’re doing today.

    Our first story features the very successful PocketSonics, a company that won the CBIC Breakthrough Award in 2006.

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  • 1 Recipients Announced for CBIC’s Annual Awards
  • 2 CBIC Awards Gala
  • 3 Entrepreneurs – The Real Time Travelers
  • 4 PowerSole: Energizing the World
  • 5 PocketSonics' Success Since “Breakthrough of 2006”

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  • CBIC Awards

    The Charlottesville area is recognized for its exceptional high-tech community and entrepreneurial spirit. CBIC is proud to spotlight leadership in these areas annually through the highly anticipated CBIC Awards.
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  • Tech Tour

    CBIC's annual Tech Tour is all about igniting local students' interest in technology-related careers and showing the variety of opportunities available in our community to pursue their passions.
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  • TNT - Tech Night Takeover

    Join CBIC on the first Thursday of each month for Tech Night Takeover — technology discussions followed by Charlottesville's premiere networking social.
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    An evening of inspiration celebrating #CvilleTech innovation Thursday, May 21 from 5:15 – 10:00 pmBoar’s Head Inn We all know that Charlottesville is a wonderful place to live. It’s a top ranked college town as well as one of the top
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  • Take a random cross-section of the technologies around us. Smartphones, tablets, coffee machines that connect to the internet, thermostats that can be controlled from halfway around the world, cars that can parallel park themselves.
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  • PowerSole is a shoe that creates electricity when you walk by converting the kinetic energy produced from movement into electrical energy, which can be used to power electronic devices, such as cell phones and iPods.
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  • For over 17 years, CBIC and the local tech community has bestowed honors on Charlottesville’s most interesting tech companies and entrepreneurs. We thought it was time to check in with some of these award-winning ventures to find out what they’re
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