The annual awards highlight LGBTQ+ businesses, nonprofits and leaders that are impacting their community.
“Congratulations and thank you to our winners and finalists on driving meaningful progress and impact during an exceptionally challenging year,” Chris Lugo, executive director of the OUT Georgia Business Alliance, said in the press release.
Glass House Guide allows agents to use Amazon Alexa to assist with home sales and provide property details. It’s been a year of awards for Glass House Guide, which also won a Webby Award for Best Technical Achievement in Apps, Mobile, and Voice and an American Business Award for 2020 Tech Startup of the Year.
“In a year where small businesses have faced so much hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are grateful for our pace of growth and servitude to the real estate profession. Our relationship with OUT Georgia and our certification by the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) is reflective of the diversity we celebrate,” Justin Cullifer, founder of Glass House Guides, said in the press release. “Real estate marketing has pivoted this year. We are proud to offer a solution where buyers can engage safely and meaningfully to learn more about home listings through voice-enabled conversations.”