Tom Martin/ Technology Industry Awards Open for Entry

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), December 20, 2017 | Go to article overview

Tom Martin/ Technology Industry Awards Open for Entry


Byline: Chris Kelsey Assistant head of business chris.kelsey@walesonline.co.uk

Annual awards that celebrate the best of the Welsh technology industry are open for entry.

The 2018 Wales Technology Awards, launched by the ESTnet - the network for the Welsh tech industry, champion the outstanding achievements and innovations made by Wales' 3,000 technology businesses.

The 2018 awards see the return of the coveted Sir Michael Moritz Tech Start-up Award and the launch of several new categories that illustrate the continuing development of Wales' vital tech sector.

ESTnet managing director Avril Lewis said: "Here in Wales we design, develop, manufacture, and integrate some of the world's most advanced enabling technologies.

"We want to hear from those who drive to be disruptive and inspire others to do the same.

"If you represent a company that is breaking new ground, driving innovation, and creating new technology to achieve your goals, these are your awards.

"It's time to see your successes recognised."

Entries are being sought for seven award categories, including: | Best New Talent Award - this seeks to reward an individual working in their first technology role who shows great promise; it could be an intern, apprentice, new trainee or somebody who's decided on a career change later on in life.

| Best Tech Workplace - recognises technology companies in Wales that create an environment where people are delighted to work.

| Best Application of Tech - this category measures the impact of Welsh technology and rewards the innovation that drives the industry, including new approaches and disruptive technologies, for example in Fintech, Edtech, Medtech and the creative industry. …

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