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Austin Convention CenterAustin, TX • February 14, 2011

Shazam (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) can identify more than 10 million tracks from just a few notes, making it a great tool for people attending this year's South By Southwest music festival.

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Times SquareNew York, NY • February 14, 2011

JetBlue (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) is the first corporation ever to receive rights to Milton Glaser's famous "I ♥ NY" logo, which is featured prominently in the airline's New York ads.

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Think CoffeeNew York, NY • February 16, 2011

Much of Foursquare’s initial code base was built in this cafe--the same place where co-founder Dennis Crowley first met with lead designer Mari Sheibley, who creates all those colorful badges.

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Golden Gate BridgeSan Francisco, CA • February 14, 2011

Cisco (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) is named for “San Francisco,” and this bridge inspired the company’s original logo.

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Aeroporto Internacional de Campinas / Viracopos (VCP)Campinas, SP • February 14, 2011

Azul Airlines (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) flew 2 million people in the year following its December 2008 debut--an impressive takeoff. This airport, one of Brazil's busiest, serves as Azul’s hub.

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