London Tech Week Awards

At London Tech Week we have spent nearly a decade of connecting and celebrating the leaders in tech across the UK, and our Awards will celebrate the pioneering individuals and companies shaping technology and using it to accelerate positive change across the whole of the UK. 

London Tech Week Awards

Winner | Outstanding Contribution to Digital Skills

Organisations are calling out a skills gap as digital transformation is creating millions of jobs that require new skills. IBM estimates that globally 120 million people will require up or re-skilling by the end of 2022.  At the same time, many young people are leaving education not equipped for competitive careers in this new digital economy. By forming partnerships like P-TECH, bringing schools, employers and HE institutions together, IBM believes we can give under-served young people a head start. P-TECH launched in 2011 in the US and 2019 in the UK and Ireland.  The 4-yr programme inspires 14-18yr old students with mentors, hands-on learning, work experience & HE learning. Globally P-TECH reaches 8K students & 250 schools, with 6 schools and 550+ students in UKI and more coming. IBM P-TECH helps employers plug skills gaps and supports young people to be more work ready for jobs of the future.

Winner | Outstanding Contribution to Digital Skills

Winner | Inspirational Leader of the year

Precious is 27 years old but has worked tirelessly to support the build of Lendinvest's product, including doubling the product teams and playing a fundamental role in supporting the business to grow its revenue from £50m in 2018 to £118m in 2021. As a result, Precious is now the scaleup's Head of Product sitting on the company's leadership team, managing a team of 7 people and is being spotlighted in a special feature by Salesforce in July. Precious has also been shortlisted for the Women in FinTech awards 2021. What's more impressive is that Precious has achieved all of this whilst simultaneously building a careertech startup from scratch called CareerEar. CareerEar has  now grown to a team of 11 and Precious manages a tech team of 4. She has built the CareerEar platform and seen membership grow by almost 200% in the last year alongside the company's growth in revenue. She is a highly skilled and influential leader whose non-traditional background has not stopped her from achieving greatness and she has so much more to give!

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Winner | Tech for Impact Startup of the Year

DrDoctor is the country’s leading patient engagement platform that saves patients and hospitals time, effort and money by helping patients digitally engage with their healthcare provider. Our platform makes an instant impact by shifting clinically-relevant patient interactions online. Our vision is a digital-first healthcare system and we’re already working with more than 30 Trusts and 10 million patients across the NHS, to ensure they get the care they need, when they need it. DrDoctor is on the forefront of digital healthcare for patient management.

In response to COVID-19 they rapidly rolled out products to help hospitals deal with the crisis, enabling them to battle misinformation about the virus, reaching 330,000 patients in the first few months of the crisis.

Winner | Tech for Impact Startup of the Year

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