The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal announced its 2010 Minority Business Awards honorees Thursday June 24th and among them was Javen Technologies CEO Venkat Kota. They named him as a mover and shaker in the Twin Cities ethnic-minority business community.

The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal annual Minority Business Awards features lawyers, entrepreneurs, engineers, IT professionals and more. This year’s honorees come from Somalia, Laos, Nigeria, India, Hong Kong, Mexico as well as Minneapolis and St. Paul.

The awards were given to ethnic-minorities that are passionate about their work, but also about giving back to the community. They serve on civic and corporate boards, volunteer for nonprofits, host fundraising events for charities and mentor other entrepreneurs and future business leaders.

Mr. Kota was among an impressive group of people who are profiled in a special section of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal in the June 25th, 2010 edition.

Congratulations to all of the honorees, especially to our client-first driven leader and to the other award honorees (10 business owners, 10 corporate executives and one business advocate) for their contributions to our community.

To learn more about the the Minneapolis-St.Paul Business Journal’s Minority Business Awards click here

To learn more about Venkat Kota’s recognition as a Minority Business Honoree in the Minneapolis-St.Paul Business Journal click here