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11 Indian finalists at Red Herring 100 Global Awards 2007

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11 Indian finalists at Red Herring 100 Global Awards 2007

The finalists for the Red Herring 100 Global Awards 2007, which would be held on December 4 during the Red Herring Global event in Seattle, Washington, have been announced.

Of the 200 finalists from across the globe, 100 companies will make it to the esteemed Red Herring 100 Global list. Eleven Indian companies have made it to the list this year.

Red Herring 100 winners and finalists from North America, Europe and Asia of the last three years were eligible for this Award. The Red Herring editorial team used a very competitive process to whittle down this pool of 1,800 eligible promising companies to the 200 finalists of this first-time Award. Evaluations were made on both quantitative and qualitative criteria such as financial performance, innovation, management, global strategy, and ecosystem integration.

AppLabs Software
Bigtec Pvt Ltd Biosciences
Gameshastra Solutions Pvt Ltd Entertainment/Media
Indecomm Global Services Other
IndiaGames Entertainment/Media
Ittiam Systems Computing Internet & Services
NetAlter Software Ltd Internet & Services
Persistent Systems Pvt Ltd Security & Defense
Telibrahma Entertainment/Media
Toonz Animation India Pvt Ltd Entertainment/Media

Red Herring Global is an exclusive event honouring cutting-edge private technology companies from across the world. The event brings together an elite roster of entrepreneurial and global venture investment firms to showcase excellence in innovation. It features keynote discussions, roundtable panels and networking events designed for participants to make connections and learn what it takes to achieve the best worldwide in business and technology.

Red Herring is a global media company uniting the world’s best high technology innovators, venture investors and business decision makers in a variety of forums – an innovation magazine, an online daily technology news service, technology research, and major events for technology leaders around the globe.


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