The search is on for Health Tech World’s Innovation of the Year.
The award is one of nine up for grabs at Health Tech World’s second awards event, with the winners announced in March 2024.
The Innovation of the Year award is sponsored by global intellectual property firm, Marks & Clerk.
The company provides businesses of all shapes and sizes with people whose legal, commercial and technical expertise exactly meets their needs.
Its large team of patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, commercial lawyers and IP litigators has helped thousands of businesses all over the world protect, enforce and maximise the value of their intellectual property.
Tim Hargreaves, Partner, said: “We are thrilled to sponsor the Health Tech World Awards and support the innovative technologies and solutions that are transforming the healthcare industry.
“As a company, we are committed to supporting the growth of businesses within the sector as we look forward to celebrating and recognising the achievements of the brightest minds in the industry.”
Nominations close on January 31, with the entries shortlisted by the Health Tech World team.
Shortlisted entries will be judged by each respective category sponsor.
Aspect Publishing Commercial Editor, Gordon Stribling, said: “Innovation and health tech go hand-in-hand, with more examples of incredible technologies appearing our radar every day.
“We are really looking forward to showcasing the best examples of health tech innovation at the Health Tech World Awards.”
Find out more about the Health Tech World Awards and enter for free here
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