Manu Sharma of OAK Computing receives Forty Under 40 Award

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Manu Sharma Top 40

The Institute on Governance would like to congratulate Manu Sharma for the award he received at the Ottawa Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 awards ceremony on June 20th at the Hilton Lac-Leamy. The annual awards program, co-hosted by the Ottawa Business Journal and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, recognizes 40 industry leaders who are under the age of 40.

Manu is the founder and managing partner of OAK Computing, an Ottawa-based web and software application development company. OAK has worked with the Institute on Governance to design and develop our new website, which was launched at the beginning of this year. OAK now shares space with us at 60 George Street in Ottawa and continues to provide creative and innovative services that support our work.

Manu and the other Forty Under 40 award recipients were assessed on their business achievements, their expertise, and their involvement in the community. You can read more about the Forty Under 40 on the OBJ website or in the June 17 print edition of the Ottawa Business Journal.

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