The Issaquah Chamber of Commerce recognized four businesses Wednesday during its second annual Innovation in Issaquah ceremony held at the Holiday Inn.
Marketing Masters, Inc., won the award for large businesses. The company, located behind Burger King, manufactures clip nuts, fasteners and composite inserts for Boeing and Airbus.
Lakeside Center for Autism took home the medium business award for its innovative therapeutic methods for children with autism.
Impact Studio Pro, a full service video production, marketing and communications firm based in an Issaquah Highlands apartment took home the small business award.
zHome won the non-profit award for innovation for being the nation’s first zero-energy multi-family dwelling.
There were more than 30 businesses nominated for Innovation in Issaquah awards.
Last year’s winners included Restorix Health, Applied Precision, Eastside Baby Corner and Democracy Live.