Who are the finalists for Go:Tech Awards 2018?

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The UK’s leading technology and innovation led businesses are making their way to Bristol this week, to find out if they will be one of the inaugural winners of the Go:Tech Awards.

The 2018 Go:Tech Awards received hundreds of entries from across the UK and a panel of twelve judges scrutinised the businesses and individuals that entered.

The judging panel included Lawrence Jones MBE (UKFast), Oz Alashe MBE (Cybsafe), Tim Sawyer CBE (Innovate UK) Jenny Tooth OBE (UK Business Angels Association), Lisa Forte (Red Goat Cyber Security) and eight other elite tech innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders.

The Go:Tech Awards celebrate businesses and entrepreneurs leading the way in technology and innovation across the UK, across small, medium and large businesses.

The awards sponsors for the event include Osborne Clarke, Oracle Global Startup Ecosystem, Amarelle, VWV, Heat Recruitment and Hayes Parsons.

The shortlisted companies are as follows (and in no particular order).

Best Mobile Technology/App

Sauce

TrustedHouseSitters

Amdaris

Now Healthcare Group

Yboo

Best Use of Big Data

7 Layer Solutions

Beauhurst

iGeolise

Thin Cats

Beyond Analysis

Best Tech Start-up

Rovco

Yourkeys

Immersive Labs

KETS Quantum Security

Clean Tech Award

AVID Technology Group

Dashboard Limited

Genius Hub

iRed

AI/ Machine Learning Award

ACORN OakNorth

Ansarada

Rovco

Tessian

Tech Entrepreneur of the Year

Craig Such – Azzure IT

Steve Cliffe – Ultrahaptics

Tim Mercer – Vapour Cloud

Jon Free – Waste Source

Best use of VR/AR

Aug-It

Interactive Scientific

Reality Zero One

Valkyrie Industries

Advanced Engineering Award

XMOS

Dashboard Limited

Romax Technology

Ultrahaptics

Most Innovative use of Software/Cloud Technology

Altuity Solutions

Beauhurst

Content Guru

Gooee

Loop Software

IT/Telecoms Support Award

Chorus

Daisy Group

Systemagic

Lucidica

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