Cimteq has been recognised with a national innovation award run by tech publication BusinessCloud. The company made the magazine’s Wales Tech 50, a ranking of the country’s most innovative technology creators.
A combination of reader votes and choices from an expert judging panel determined the final ranking. BusinessCloud editor Jonathan Symcox, who was among the judges, said: “Our inaugural Wales Tech 50 ranking highlights the wide variety of game-changing technologies being developed in the country.
“From plastic alternatives to HealthTech pioneers, FinTechs, companies specialising in robotics and many other areas, Wales is clearly a hotbed of innovation.”
The judging panel included:
- Gino Brancazio, entrepreneur engagement manager (Wales), Tech Nation
- Caroline Thompson, Head of Partnerships, The Alacrity Foundation
- Tom Fox, tech growth lead, KPMG
- Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud
Commented Mike Braddock, CEO at Cimteq: “Being acknowledged as a top 50 tech innovator is a positive sign that we are doing something right. We have always aimed to be at the leading edge of our sector, with our CableBuilder and CableMES software, specifically developed for the cable and wire industry. The fact our position reflects the votes we received, reaffirms that we are being recognised for what we are trying to achieve.”
Wales Tech 50 is one of 11 regional tech innovation rankings from BusinessCloud which shines a light on the companies of all sizes who are doing amazing things with technology.
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