Merseyside Innovation Awards honour three pioneering businesses
Three pioneering Merseyside businesses have claimed the April, May and June Merseyside Innovation Award (MIA) monthly prizes.
Property Moose, one of the world’s first fully integrated digital property crowdfunding platforms, 5D Health Protection Group, leading specialists in biofilm science and Glow New Media, an award winning mobile app developer and web design agency, were each awarded the April, May and June monthly prizes respectively.
April’s winner, Property Moose, are democratizing, investing and giving a broad scope of investors the ability to curate and build their own property portfolio with a capital investment as little as £100. With almost 30,000 clients in over 30 countries globally, Property Moose allows stakeholders to completely mange their investments via an online portal and gives users the ability to invest in properties all over the UK.
Established in 2015, May winner, 5D Health Protection Group, formed in order to address a major global unmet customer and medical need in the area of biofilm testing. 5D have gone from strength to strength with their development of anti-biofilm technologies, and are now recognised as global leaders in their field.
Successfully securing the MIA June monthly prize, Glow New Media, whose client base stretches from Norway to Australia, have achieved a number of accolades for their clients’ projects and are recognised as trusted experts and cross disciplinary digital technology specialists.
Brian McCann, Merseyside Innovation Awards founder and partner of Mitchell Charlesworth Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors, said:
We have seen an extremely high caliber of applicants this year and it’s going to be very hard deciding the final winner come July.
“We select MIA monthly winners in order to recognise and highlight the world-class innovation work being conducted in the Merseyside region; we want our monthly winners to use the accolade to leverage themselves as leaders in their field.
MIA is driven by a group of locally-based sponsor organisations including Mitchell Charlesworth, Unilever, Dewinter, Liverpool City Region LEP, Natwest, Insider Media, The University of Liverpool, Village Software, WP Thompson, O’Connors LLP, RTC North and BBC Radio Merseyside.
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This story originally appeared in Insider North West and can be read here.