RooSense, a consumer diagnostic company that provides users with rehydration strategies based on real-time data, has been named a finalist for the Greater Cleveland Partnership Best of Tech Awards in the Most Promising Startup category.
The awards celebrate the technology community in Cleveland and honor recognize who are excelling and growing in the community. Other categories for the awards include Best Technology Solution – Commercial, Tech Company of the Year – Large Company, Tech Company of the Year – Small Company, Best Tech Services Company and Tech Team of the Year.
“We are proud to be listed among the finalists for Most Promising Startup in the Best of Tech Awards,” said Chelsea Monty-Bromer, CEO and founder of RooSense. “Cleveland is made up of remarkable startups and tech companies, and RooSense is thrilled for this recognition. We look forward to continue innovating and growing in this community.”
The Best of Tech Awards is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, at Corporate College East. The awards program begins with a reception at 5:00 p.m., followed by the awards ceremony at 6:00 p.m.
About the GCP Best in Tech Awards
The Best of Tech Awards is a celebration of the Greater Cleveland technology community. The awards honor companies who are excelling and growing in the industry and those who support this dynamic community. The Best of Tech Awards program recognizes many of our region’s technology companies, leaders, enterprise technology organizations, departments, and educators.