Allia joins sponsors of Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards
Not-for-profit organisation that runs Future Business Centres is supporting Cleantech Company of the Year category
Allia is joining the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards, as sponsor of the Cleantech Company of the Year category.
The not-for-profit organisation runs Future Business Centres for enterepreneurs, including the site in King’s Hedges Road, Cambridge, which is a hub to the cleantech cluster.
Our awards, now in their second year, will be held in Cambridge on November 1. A stellar line-up of finalists has just been revealed across the 12 categories.
Azuri Technologies, Origami Energy and The VaioPak Group will battle it out in the cleantech category.
Allia managing director Caroline Hyde said: “We’re delighted to partner with Cambridge Independent for their Science and Technology Awards this year. Allia is at the forefront of impact innovation, supporting those that aim to make positive change and address the most pressing global and local challenges. We align all of our work with the UN sustainable development goals, so it’s great to support an award category that focuses on sustainability and innovation for the environment.”
Paul Hughes, director of enterprise support, Allia, said: “As our Future Business Centre is the main innovation hub for cleantech in Cambridge, we’ve been working with a range of businesses and impact ventures focused on innovation around sustainability and energy efficiency for a number of years.
“We’re pleased to be representing this exciting sector at the Science and Technology Awards.”
Editor Paul Brackley said: “It is great to be welcoming Allia, which has such a positive impact on entrepreneurs and innovators here.”
Other sponsors are Appleyard Lees, AstraZeneca/MedImmune, BioStrata, Chesterford Research Park, COEL, Cofinitive, Grant Thornton, Regus, SmithsonHill and Woodfines.