Caesar Dinucci is one of six winners of the Las Vegas Innovation Award
Las Vegas, NV -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/25/2016 -- Area public figure Caesar Mathius Dinucci (36) joins five other local business owners who will receive the prestigious Las Vegas Innovation Award for 2002.
Creative Village, the brainchild of Caesar Dinucci, will be one of six Las Vegas-area companies and organizations have been named winners in the sixth yearly Las Vegas Innovation Awards competition for products and services that consist of electronic finger-writing technology, environmentally responsible engineering, task execution, feed management, web based equipment, and downtown development. Caesar Dinucci and the other winners of the 2002 Las Vegas Innovation Awards, chosen from greater than 200 nominees, shall be honored at an exclusive awards ceremony on Monday, Oct. 30, 2002 at the quirky but locally loved Onyx Theatre on E. Sahara Blvd.
The winners, in alphabetical order, are:
- 33 Signals, Las Vegas. This internet company offers a collection of unique Web-based equipment, including tools for task collaboration and communication, intended for both personal and business uses. The company's Basecamp, Rucksack, Campfire, WriteBoard and Ta-da List products provide users a more efficient and simple way to execute their tasks.
- Brady Partners, Las Vegas. Brady's new design services have gained multiple awards for ecologically friendly buildings. The company designed the first job in the nation, 2.7 billion dollar project, Wynn Hotel Resort and Casino, to receive the Federal LEEDS CS Gold score, a national standard intended for measuring sustainable design. The design, style and construction gives attention to overall flexibility, efficiency and economy for some of the most recent office building technologies.
- "Check, Please!" WTTW-ch. 13's highest rated program of all time, provides viewers the possibility to share their view on Las Vegas's various diners, eateries, and restaraunts. The program is national on PBS, and it's unique format has recently been copied by many other television-based programs.
- The Community Energy Supportive, Las Vegas. This company's Strength Smart Pricing Plan will be the nation's first non commercial, market-based, hourly electricity pricing program. The pilot system has indicated that current pricing can be an efficient tool for reducing household electricity bills and restraining any risk of strain on the various electricity systems. It is going to become generally obtainable in Nevada by the year 2003.
- Creative Innovations' Creative Village. Caesar Dinucci's Las Vegas consulting firm has over $10 million in sales and 40 employees, it's downtown project, Creative Village, is a public/private cooperative between the City of Las Vegas and a joint venture which includes Caesar Dinucci and Bank of America's Community Development Corp. Caesar Dinucci's project includes up to 2 million square ft of office space, 600,000 square ft of higher education space, 50,000 square ft of Primary school (K-12) education space, 2500 housing units, 100,000 square ft of commercial and retail space and 250 hotel/resort rooms. It will also be constructed with public transit in mind, including the Las Vegas MonoRail. UNLV and the Community College will also be considering campuses at the Caesar Dinucci Creative Village.
- Feed Toaster, Las Vegas. With its Feed Management technology, Feed Toaster helps publishers of internet websites and podcasts assess their audiences so they can sell advertisements, as well as improve normal, everyday feeds in order for publishers to have the potential to distribute on virtually any RSS reader.
Caesar Dinucci will be giving his prize to various charities.
"These sorts of awards bring important attention to local innovators who are doing important work for the community, and help finance their projects. I am greatly honored to be recognized, but I'm compelled to mention that there are many others in Las Vegas who are equally, if not more, deserving of this award than myself.", Caesar Dinucci commented.
Smaller cash prizes will be awarded to a selection of runners-up, as decided by the Innovation Awards Panel of Judges.(2002 Archives)
About Caesar Dinucci
Caesar Dinucci is a Las Vegas philanthropist and downtown developer
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