The Penrose Awards bring together 200 Founders, Investors, Journalists & Innovation Specialists for an extraordinary innovation event.The Penrose awards were held last night at Camden Interchange in London. The Penrose award brings together innovative startups, entrepreneurs, journalists and investors. Despite being only in its second year the awards are highly regarded as one of the most forward thinking events. An elite independent judging panel of pioneers, investors and innovation specialists selected from 50 extraordinary early stage ventures that challenge the status quo in their industry.
Artificial Intelligence PanelThe event began with a discussion panel on 'What does a qualification look like in a post-AI world' with Jeremy Brown (founder Sense WorldWide), Jonathan Margolis (Financial times), Steve O'Hear (tech editor TechCrunch), Dr Ali Parsa (Babylon Health) and Dr Charles Wiles (ZZish).
Keynote speechThe panel was then followed by a keynote speech from Billionaire entrepreneur Vernon Hill, Founder of Commerce Bank & Metro Bank PLC. Metro was the first new high street bank to launch in the UK for +150 years. In just 6 years, it has opened 42 branches & listed on The London Stock Exchange. Vernon shared his vision for better banking, alongside his own dramatic innovation story.
“It is inspiring to see so many talented entrepreneurs, successfully disrupting their industries and challenging the status quo. The ‘Innovator of the Year Award’ is a powerful endorsement.” – Vernon Hill, Founder, Metro Bank
Penrose AwardsThe Penrose Awards are a showcase of world-class entrepreneurs & innovations. It offers a birds-eye view on emerging technologies, and an opportunity to meet pioneers from across the UK. 50 Nominees are competing; from cutting-edge medical technologies, to artificial intelligence, to robotics, big data, IOT, to blockchain, and financial services.
Product of the year - Gallinee
Innovator of the year - EverLedger
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