Appeal for South Yorkshire tech firms to enter awards

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Technology investment bank GP Bullhound is calling on the region’s best tech companies to come forward and enter the Northern Tech Awards in March.

The company presents the awards, which are taking place at the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool on March 23 to celebrate the innovative technologies and businesses developed in the north.

This year’s judging panel has also been announced, which includes David Rowan, editor of Wired, Sir Terry Leahy, private investor and former-CEO of Tesco, Sherry Coutu, serial entrepreneur and chair of the Scale-Up Institute, Mark Sebba, former CEO of Net-a-Porter, Claire Braithwaite, head of Tech North, David Rasche, founder and senior non-executive director of SSP and Richard Flint, CEO of Sky Betting and Gaming.

Hugh Campbell, managing partner of GP Bullhound, said: “The Northern Tech Awards aims to identify this region’s future billion-dollar tech companies. This is an opportunity to showcase the digital excellence that exists in the North of England and Scotland.”