Governor Awards ‘Technology Award’ To Local Company
Shreveport company, Twin Engine Labs won the 2011 Governor's Technology Award for "Rising Star of the Year".
Governor Bobby Jindal gave co-founders, twin brothers Ken and Keith Hanson the statewide honor recognizing them for their roles in helping position Louisiana as one of the nation’s fastest growing centers for technology. Four other companies were also in the running with Twin Engine Labs.
To compete for "Rising Star of the Year", applicants had to be an entrepreneurial firm, located in Louisiana, whose products and services offer unique and promising technologies and may become a future economic
driver for the state.
The awards focused on software, internet and telecommunications, medical and biotech, manufacturing, and more.
The Governor’s Technology Awards ceremony was hosted by the Louisiana Technology Council in partnership with Louisiana Economic Development.
Twin Engine Labs makes ideas take flight--- developing and engineering mobile Apps and websites. Twin Engine Labs is fueled by young, imaginative engineers and designers, and employs the most cutting
Using the custom process we've tailored specifically for idea generation and execution, we've found that 'impossible' isn't in our vocabulary." says Keith Hanson. Twin Engine specializes in app development of all kinds.
“Louisiana is well ahead of the curve in terms of the technology resources our state has to offer. This is due in large part to our impressive reservoir of human capital, exemplified by those being honored here today,” said Michael Olivier, chairman of the board of the Louisiana Technology Council. “I would like to congratulate this year’s Governor’s Technology Award winners. It is their innovation and ingenuity that help cement Louisiana’s
position as a leader in technology.”
For more information visit http://twinenginelabs.com/