Nearly every winning company named in this year's prestigious Business Weekly Awards programme is a member of Cambridge Network, while Dr Hermann Hauser, one of Cambridge Network's Founder Directors, has won the Cambridge Enterprise Lifetime Achievement Award.
Cambridge Network companies win 'Business Weekly' awards
The 30th Anniversary Business Weekly Award winners
- Business of the Year – Frontier Developments
- Michael Marshall Engineering Excellence – CMR Surgical
- International Trade Champion – Redgate Software
- Young Company of the Year – Microbiotica
- Disruptive Technology – Geospock
- Life Science Innovation Mogrify
- AI Innovation – Healx
- Biotech Scale-up of the Year – Evonetix
- Tech Scale-up of the Year – UltraSoC
- The UK/China Award – TusPark UK
- Kate Gross Prize for Social Enterprise – Arm
- Cambridge Enterprise Lifetime Achievement Award – Dr Hermann Hauser (pictured )
- Cambridge Judge Business School Woman Entrepreneur of the Year – Martina King (Featurespace)
- Cambridge Enterprise Academic Entrepreneur of the Year – Julian Gough (Mogrify)
- Cambridge Judge Business School Graduate Business of the Year – PROWLER.io
Business Weekly's Tony Quested wrote last Friday (18 September):: "The Business Weekly Awards were due to be presented at a gala dinner in March but the lockdown guillotined those plans. Attempts have been ongoing to hold a physical presentation around now but the Government’s new rule of six has again intervened...
"Instead, lead forensic sponsor Mills & Reeve – the Cambridge based global law firm – will host a staggered presentation event within the next few weeks at which a representative of each winning company will receive their Award from one of the sponsors on a socially distanced and staged basis."
He adds: "We will be launching the 2020-2021 Awards next week and are already taking entries. All the major sponsors have renewed their backing for the next Awards competition – a huge show of faith in the merit of the competition and their stated regard for Business Weekly’s role in promoting Cambridge on a world stage."
Business Weekly is an independently owned newspaper founded in May 1990 to fill a void in the B2B media marketplace.