Cambridge Network companies win 'Business Weekly' awards

Dr Hermann Hauser_ © Amadeus Capital Partners

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.

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 –

Read all about the winners here>>>

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."

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