Nominations open for annual Digital Technology Awards
Nominations are open for the 2022 Digital Technology Awards, organised by ScotlandIS – the membership and cluster management organisation for Scotland’s digital tech industry.
The awards have been running for eleven years, showcasing excellence within Scotland’s industry and rewarding the innovation, expertise and ambition of businesses both large and small – and the people who drive them.
The 2022 awards will focus on celebrating what has been achieved over the last year and recognising individual commitments to environmental, social and governance causes.
With this in mind, new categories have been added including Climate Champion, Open-Source Contribution and Best Workplace which aim to honour technical innovation, positive company culture and the fight against climate change.
Karen Meechan, CEO of ScotlandIS, said: “Each year, the Digital Technology Awards delivers a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the wealth of innovation and talent Scotland has to offer.
“I encourage everyone to nominate companies or individuals that you feel deserve to be awarded for their tremendous efforts and look forward to seeing the diverse talent recognised in this year’s nominees.”
To nominate a business for the Digital Technology Awards, visit the website: https://www.scotlandis.com/digitaltech/.
Nominations are being accepted for the following categories:
Tech For Good
Service / Product Innovation
Digital Tech Business of the year – Startup
Digital Tech Business of the year – Scale up
Digital Tech Business of the year – Enterprise
Open Source Contribution
Public Sector Innovation
The 2022 Digital Tech Awards will take place on Thursday 12th May at Radisson Blu in Glasgow.
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