Health Tech World will shine a light on the industry’s most forward-thinking and inspirational leaders at its second annual awards event.
The Health Tech World Awards launched on September 1, with winners to be announced at a virtual ceremony in March 2024.
The Health Tech Leader of the Year award is guaranteed to be hotly-contested, with some brilliant entries already coming through our submissions page.
The award is sponsored by Reddie & Grose LLP – an internationally renowned firm of European, United Kingdom and German patent, trade mark and design attorneys.
Its experienced team of over 100 IP professionals, based in London, Cambridge, Munich and The Hague, handles the full range of IP rights for a global client base with rights in over 100 countries.
Its services range from investigating competing rights, handling oppositions, drafting and filing applications, and maintaining portfolios.
The company resolves disputes about IP, working closely with other leading legal firms if it becomes necessary to resort to the courts.
Robert Sackin, Partner, Reddie & Grose, said: “The convergence of health and technology has and continues to transform patient care, improving life expectancy and more importantly quality of life.
“We’re delighted to be helping to celebrate innovators in this field.”
Nominations for the awards close on January 31, with the shortlisting and judging process following shortly after.
Last year’s event attracted more than 120 entries from all around the world.
Aspect Publishing Commercial Editor, Gordon Stribling, said: “Strong leadership is integral to the success of any established or up-and-coming health tech business.
“We are honoured to be able to celebrate world-leading example of this at the Health Tech World Awards.”
Find out more about the Health Tech World Awards and enter for free here.
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