May 25, 2016
Westin Waterfront
Boston, MA
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The MITX Awards is the largest and most prestigious annual awards competition in the country for digital marketing and technology innovation, bringing together 1,200 of the best and brightest minds in the digital media, marketing and technology industry. Bigger, bolder, and more interactive than ever, this event celebrates and awards New England’s thriving digital innovation ecosystem in 30 categories.

Deadline for entries
is February 29, 2016


Enter across 30 categories!


The Marketing Awards spotlight successful digital marketing campaigns in 2015. These awards celebrate marketing in New England that leverages technology in the most innovative way.


The Technology Awards categories celebrate technology innovations that are driving industries forward and revolutionizing the way we work and play. 

Game Changer

The Game Changer Awards highlight the people and companies driving the digital marketing and technology industry forward. They are disruptors, innovators, and have made an impact on our regions tech and innovation eco-system.


Wednesday, May 25th, 2016 from 6:00 - 9:00pm

Westin Waterfront
425 Summer St., Boston, MA 02210

Host Lenny Clarke!



The host of this year’s ceremony will be the one and only Lenny Clarke

Lenny Clarke is an American comedian and actor, famous for his thick Boston accent and role as Uncle Teddy on the series “Rescue Me.” He has appeared in movies like “Fever Pitch,” “Me, Myself & Irene,” “There’s Something About Mary,” and “Two if by Sea,” to name a few.

“Veteran Boston stand-up comedian Lenny Clarke has an oddly calibrated act — his material and his perspective is very much in an old-school Don Rickles vein, but his attitude is very much that of a quick-witted young comic. This contrast comes wrapped in a conversational, deceptively genial delivery, with just brief moments of clowning. Clarke is also unpredictable in a very good way on stage — you don’t know where he’s going to go next. It’s never the same show twice. He’s a unique and funny performer … truly worth catching.” — NYC Review