Endomag, based at St John’s Innovation Park, Cambridge, has won the ‘International Expansion of the Year’ award at the Barclays’ annual High Growth and Entrepreneur Awards. The awards were announced by Sir Trevor McDonald at the Bloomsbury Ballroom in central London.
Endomag wins ‘International Expansion of the Year’ award at Barclays’ High Growth and Entrepreneurs Awards ceremony
The awards recognise the unique, original and positive ways that entrepreneurs from the UK are changing their industries, the economy and society. The ‘International Expansion of the Year’ category recognises businesses that have established an impressive trading footprint and market growth in international markets in the last 3 years. Judges considered export sales growth, sustainability and global reach.
Endomag is the global technology company that believes everyone deserves a better standard of cancer care. Many of the world’s leading physicians and hospitals use the company’s technologies to help women with breast cancer avoid surgery when it isn’t needed, and experience better outcomes when it is. Using the Sentimag® probe, physicians can perform both sentinel node biopsies with the lymphatic tracer (Magtrace®) and tissue localisation procedures with the magnetic marker (Magseed®). To date, the company has helped tens of thousands of women around the world access more precise and less invasive breast cancer care.
Eric Mayes, CEO, Endomag, said: “Given the competition, we were absolutely thrilled to win this award. It is a welcomed recognition of our efforts in bringing our products to benefit patients in over 30 countries.”
Nick Baker, Relationship Director, Barclays Corporate Banking, Cambridge said: “The Barclays High-Growth and Entrepreneur Awards, now in its fourth year, has proved to be a valuable and influential business competition for entrepreneurs and high growth businesses across the country. Entrepreneurs are fundamental to the UK’s economic competitive advantage, disproportionately driving job growth, attracting investment, and creating the innovative products and services that shape our todays as well as tomorrows.”
A national judging panel made up of key industry leaders and influencers selected the overall winners and presented the overall awards on the night.
Image: (Left to right) Richard Heggie (Barclays), Juliet Rogan (Barclays), Eric Mayes, CEO, Endomag, Sir Trevor McDonald.
Credit: Casey Gutteridge, CPG Photos
Endomag was founded to solve cancer staging and healthcare challenges through the application of advanced magnetic sensing technology and nanotechnology.