YellowDog has been named as a finalist for ‘Best Investment in Deep Tech’ at the UKBAA Angel Investment Awards 2019.
This award recognises entrepreneurs and scale-up technology companies that have embraced the power of deep technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, Internet of Things (IOT) or robotics. Applying this capability to key sectors and industries will help businesses and public sector organisations achieve advances in the key social and global challenges of our time.
YellowDog Founder and CEO, Gareth Williams, commented: “We’re very proud to be named a finalist in this national award. This recognition for YellowDog comes after our recent Series A funding and subsequent key appointments which will help to take our technology even further. For us, this award shortlisting is as much a springboard for what is to come as it is a recognition of what we’ve already built.”
The YellowDog team are delighted to be alongside a raft of brilliant businesses such as PensionBee in the ‘Best Investment in FinTech’ award and SETsquared in the ‘Accelerator of the Year’ category.
Simon Ponsford, YellowDog CTO, added: “Whilst YellowDog’s ability to process complex tasks is critical to its customers, the evolution of our intelligent prediction has been a key development focus. Particularly as businesses demand more resilient and high performance hybrid cloud solutions than are currently available.”
The awards will be held at Illuminate at the Science Museum in London on Tuesday 2nd July 2019. The event will recognise the fastest growing brands and acknowledge the founders, angels, crowdfunders and early-stage venture capital investors behind them.
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