Is your company Fierce enough for the Fierce 15?

Phil Goldstein

Once again, the Fierce editorial team is busy deciding which companies will be selected for our annual Fierce 15. The Fierce 15 represents the 15 most interesting and innovative startups in the wireless industry--companies that we think have the potential to offer exciting new solutions and change the industry. 

Just as in past years, the Fierce 15 this year will be awarded a Fierce 15 designation and will be featured prominently in our newsletter and on our website.

Check out our selections from 2014 here, and click here to check out all of our winners from past years.

To qualify for the Fierce 15, a company must be privately held, well-funded, emerging (founded in the past few years) and either based in the United States or have a significant amount of business in the U.S. wireless market. 

If you think your company has the potential to be a Fierce 15, you can nominate it by filling out this form. The deadline for all submissions is close of business on May 11. The 2014 Fierce 15 list will make its debut in the second week of June. --Phil

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