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Hireology a Rising Star at the 2016 ITA CityLIGHTS Awards

By Alan Dodaro

2016 continues to be an exciting year for Hireology, as last night we took home the Rising Star Award at the 2016 ITA CityLIGHTS Awards, presented by The Illinois Technology Association.

Last night, the 17th annual ITA CityLIGHTS Awards-hosted at Morgan Manufacturing-saw hundreds of people and company executives gather from across Chicago and Illinois to honor this year’s tech community achievements. The yearly event ‘is the premier annual event in the region that celebrates and honors achievements from the local technology community,’ according to ITA.

Rising Star Winners

Overall all, eight awards were given out and to our surprise, Hireology took home the Rising Star Award, which is ‘presented to the company with the strongest potential to emerge as a leader in the technology industry.’ Hireology CEO, Adam Robinson, pleased with the team win and recognition, took to Twitter last night to share the news:

Hireology continues to focus on delivering value to all of our customers on a daily basis and is grateful for this wonderful recognition from the ITA and tech community. Congratulations to the rest of this year’s ITA CityLIGHTS Awards winners, well done!

About the Author

Alan is the content and product marketing manager, responsible for educating Hireology customers on new product features and platform best practices. He brings experience from previous startup and digital agency roles. Before beginning his career, Alan attended the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, with a major in advertising and a minor in library information science.

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