Launchpad Start-ups Shortlisted for Tech Awards
Three start-up companies from Falmouth University’s Launchpad programme have been shortlisted for this year’s Tech South West Awards.
Community seed sharing platform Plotty is up for the Sustainable Tech award. Codices, which develops tools for online broadcasters to make live interactive gameshows, and visitor distribution app Data Duopoly are up against each other in the Innovation category. Codices are also up for the Best Start-up award.
Tim Edwards, Codices CEO and Co-Founder, said:
We’re delighted to have been nominated for the Best Start-up as well as the Innovation Award amongst some of the top businesses in the south west.
Tim Edwards continues: “At Codices, we’re pushing the boundaries in entertainment, delivering cutting-edge interactive show formats to millions of viewers each month. It's great that our talented team are getting the recognition they deserve."
The annual Tech South West Awards recognise and celebrate the sector’s innovation, talent, creativity, entrepreneurship, business success, education, leadership and diversity. The winners will be announced at a digital Tech South West Awards ceremony on Thursday 26 November.
Launchpad is Falmouth University’s postgraduate incubation and acceleration programme. It is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Research England and Cornwall Council.