Finalists & shortlist for the 2017 Oxford Innovation Scale-up Stars Competition revealed
After much deliberation and the assessment of multiple applications, ten businesses have been shortlisted and three finalists have been chosen for the 2017 Scale-up Stars competition.
Run by Oxford Innovation the UK wide competition wanted to find the UK's most innovative and exciting entrepreneurs and help them grow their business.
The ten businesses shortlisted are as follows;
- Xerion Healthcare Ltd
- Active Needle Technology Ltd
- Oxford nanoSystems Ltd
- Green Sea Guard Limited
- The Native Antigen Company Ltd
- Vchain Technology
- Archangel Imaging
- Envelope Architects Ltd
- Vitaccess Ltd
- London Medical Education Academy (LMEDAC)
We’re keen to support all of these businesses, and all those shortlisted have been put in touch with their own contact at Oxford Innovation to see if there is anything else we can do to support them.
Out of these 10 the following three businesses have been chosen as this year finalists, and will each receive a prize package of business support and office space worth between £2,500 and £10,000;
The final three will be exhibiting their businesses at the Oxford Innovation 30th Anniversary Event at the Blevatnic School of Government on the 11th October. During the evening the business in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be confirmed.
More news coming soon…
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