Austin Young Chamber Announces 13th Annual FAVE Award Winners

AUSTIN, Texas — The Austin Young Chamber celebrated its 13th Annual FAVE (Favorite Austin Venture or Enterprise) Awards on Nov. 11, 2022 at Wanderlust Wine Collective in East Austin. Fifty-two organizations and individuals representing thirteen different categories were honored and recognized.

Finalists included small and micro businesses, women and minority-owned businesses, and large-scale global brands. Twenty-eight sponsors and event partners participated in making this cocktail style program a success.

“It was an honor to continue the tradition of celebrating FAVE Awards finalists and winners on Friday night,” said Austin Young Chamber President and CEO Joana Ortiz. “These nominations not only represent the diversity of innovation and talent in Austin, they also represent what young professionals value in our economy and culture. These are emerging and established leaders already making an impact in our community.”

Congratulations to the 2022 FAVE Award winners:

FAVE Arts & Culture Experience


FAVE Community-Minded Company

ni – new

FAVE Company Culture

scribemedia – new

FAVE Eco-Friendly Business

openEyeBeverageCo – new

FAVE Go-To Spot


FAVE Innovative Company


FAVE Legendary Austin Brand


FAVE Local Nonprofit

theNewPhilanthropists – small

FAVE Local Source for Info


FAVE Small Business

Mach 1_Logo

FAVE Way to Keep Austin Healthy

samaritanCenter -new

FAVE YP (Young Professional)-Led Business

theAcaciaCo – new

FAVE ChangeMaker

Courtney Bailey

Courtney Bailey
Director of Issues & Engagement
Leadership Austin

To see the full list of the finalists and category descriptions, please visit the event page HERE.


About the Austin Young Chamber
The Austin Young Chamber supports young professionals, entrepreneurs, and businesses looking to recruit and retain talent in Central Texas. The Chamber runs many programs throughout the year that promote business and talent development, entrepreneurship, civic engagement, and giving back to the community. In 2022, the Chamber conducted over 65 events for young professionals and provided $28,500 to local startups.