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Who will be crowned Health Tech Company of the Year 2024?

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Health Tech World has begun the search for a world-beating business to be crowned Health Tech Company of the Year.

The second annual Health Tech World Awards launched on September 1, with entries now coming through thick and fast.

The Health Tech Company of the Year award will recognise businesses with more than 50 staff who are excelling in the innovative health tech space.

The award is sponsored by Fettle – a digital behavioural healthcare company providing individuals with easy access to a diverse range of qualified and insured mental health professionals.

Fettle was founded with the idea that mental health is a universal need and that everyone struggles sometimes.

Using technology, data science, and a human touch, Fettle enables seamless virtual delivery of mental health support.

The team are passionate about the benefits of proactively managing your mental health through regular talk therapy.

The platform is designed to address and overcome barriers to mental wellbeing, such as access, cost and stigma.

Fettle CEO, Jordan Casey, said: “Fettle is excited to sponsor the Health Tech Company of the Year Award as we recognise the critical role of innovation in driving transformative changes within the healthcare industry, ultimately leading to better client care and improved health outcomes.”

Head of Services, Keelin O’Dwyer, added: “At Fettle, we are passionate about sponsoring the Health Tech Company of the Year Award as more innovations in the healthcare space mean more access to support so people can live healthier, happier lives.”

There are nine awards up for grabs, spanning everything from startups to professional services to leadership.

You can find out more about the awards and enter for free here.

Aspect Publishing Commercial Editor, Gordon Stribling, said: “Thank you to Fettle for sponsoring the Company of the Year Award.

“We’ve already had a number of quality entries come through for this category so we expect it to be highly competitive.”

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