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Bidwells to support CEO of the Year at Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2024





Bidwells is to sponsor the CEO of the Year category at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2024.

The leading property consultancy has been the top advisor to the UK’s science and technology sectors for more than half a century, since it helped Trinity College create Cambridge Science Park in the early 1970s.

Max Bryan, head of science and technology at Bidwells. Picture: Keith Heppell
Max Bryan, head of science and technology at Bidwells. Picture: Keith Heppell

It has worked with more than 60 science parks and innovation districts in the past five years, also including the likes of Babraham Research Campus and Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

Max Bryan, head of science and technology at Bidwells, said: "We're thrilled to sponsor the CEO of the Year category once again. Every year, we're amazed by the calibre of nominees and winners who bring the innovation and leadership that drive forward science and technology sector in Cambridge.”

CEO of the Year is always a fascinating and hotly-contested category at the awards, with previous winners including the likes of Dr Mark Kotter, of bit.bio, and Dr Nicki Thompson, formerly of Amphista Therapeutics.

Editor Paul Brackley said: “We are delighted that Bidwells will again be supporting CEO of the Year. The judging panel recently met to discuss the shortlisted candidates and found a collection of brilliant leaders. We look forward to revealing their names in next week’s Cambridge Independent ahead of the awards ceremony in May.”

Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2024 to take place at Hinxton Hall Conference Centre

The Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards will take place on Thursday, 16 May, at Hinxton Hall Conference Centre, on the Wellcome Genome Campus, we can now reveal.

The awards will feature a networking reception with hundreds of leading lights from science and technology sectors in the Cambridge region, before the ceremony itself.

More details will be announced in next week’s Cambridge Independent, out from 20 March, when we will reveal all the finalists.



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