The annual awards, now in their 8th year, honour those who have achieved and continue to achieve excellence in the Tech industry. This year [email protected] have added new categories in recognition of the changing landscapes of Tech companies.
“The [email protected] Leader Awards have always honoured organisations, individuals and performance across a number of categories. This year we will focus on the full spectrum of the technology ecosystem in Cork by adding new categories including Best Technology SME and The One to Watch (early stage startup),” explained Norma O’Callaghan, Chairman of the [email protected] Leaders Awards committee.
Past winner of the [email protected] Leader Awards have gone on to achieve incredible success, both nationally and internationally, including Qumas, Trustev and Voxpro to name but a few.
Denis Collins, chair of [email protected], European Tech Cluster, called on companies and organisations across all sectors to apply for the awards this year, to recognise innovation in their organisations, and also the teams and people that make it happen.
“From schools to IT departments to startups and business leaders, the awards are open to private and public sector, education and research organisations, startups, established business as well as tech companies”, said Denis Collins, chair of [email protected] , European Tech Cluster.
“The October 31st closing date for applications is approaching so we would actively encourage anyone who is considering submitting an application to do so,” he added.
The new [email protected] Leader Award categories include Sustained Excellence (Large Company), Best Technology SME, IT Transformation Project, The One to Watch (Early Stage Start Up), High Potential Start Up and Excellence in Education.