I am extremely pleased to share that the work we’re doing at Shareaholic has won the prestigious MIT TR35 Award for 2012!

A 23-member jury of technologists, researchers, and technology promoters chose 20 winners. This recognition further exemplifies the importance of the ground breaking work we’re doing at Shareaholic, the tough tech and big data problems we’re solving for consumers, content producers, publishers, and marketers at scale — now reaching over 270 million users each month!

I sincerely thank you all for all your support!

Download: MIT Technology Review TR35 March 2012 – Shareaholic | Web Profile

What is India TR35?

MIT Technology Review’s prestigious TR35 awards recognize the world’s top young innovators. Established in 1999 as the TR100, the TR35 list of Technology Review published by Technology Review Inc., an independent media company owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, recognizes the outstanding innovators under the age of 35 each year. The awards span a wide range of technologies from biotechnology, arts and entertainment, and software development to semiconductors, transportation, energy, and new materials research. We search for individuals whose superb technical work holds great promise to shape the next decades. Our goal is to recognize the development of new technology or the creative application of existing technologies to solve problems, to reward ingenious and elegant work that matters to India and the world at large — not just to peers in a particular field or industry.

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