Enter the Go:Tech Awards 2019

04 Jul 2019

Celebrating the UK’S tech pioneers and innovators

Our close collaboration with the UK’s leading business incubators, universities and technology associations makes the Go:Tech Awards a must-attend event for professionals, investors and entrepreneurs operating in the innovation space. From the CleanTech pioneers and tech start-ups, to the advanced engineering giants – the awards have been carefully structured to showcase businesses of all sizes across the whole of the UK.

How will you benefit from attending the Go:Tech Awards?

Many of the country’s most successful, innovative and inspirational companies and entrepreneurs have put themselves forward to be judged by our illustrious panel – read more about them here!

On November 21, at a glamorous awards event, the winners will be revealed with many of the UK’s most influential technology businesses in attendance. By joining them, you’ll be treated to a spectacular evening of entertainment, and the chance to network with hundreds of potential new customers and contacts.

You can book your tickets here.


  • Best mobile technology award
  •  Best use of big data
  • Tech start-up business award
  • Clean tech award
  • AI/machine learning award
  • Tech entrepreneur of the year
  • Best use of VR/AR award
  • Advanced engineering award
  • Advanced engineering remains one of the uk’s most productive sectors and this 
  • Most innovative use of software or cloud technology
  • IY/telecoms support award
  • Tech dealmaker of the year
  • Wearable innovation of the year
  • Robotics and automation award


  • May 17 – Entries open
  • August 16 – Awards close for entries
  • September – Judging takes place
  • September/October – Awards finalists announced
  • November 21 – Awards are held at the Bristol harbour hotel

Find out more on the Go:Tech Awards website.


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