We’re pleased to announce that our SRAVI lip reading app has been shortlisted for two awards recognitions this Spring.
- Medilink Healthcare Business Awards – Shortlisted for ‘One to Watch’ – On the 23rd of March, SRAVI will go head-to-head against MyPathway and Klinik Healthcare Solutions at a ceremony at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester. Our R&D team from Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, led by Dr Shondipon Laha, will attend the event to represent us, and in the event that we win, they’ll accept the award on our behalf. Good luck to the LTH team and have fun on the night!
The Medilink Healthcare Business Awards 2023
The Medilink Healthcare Business Awards is a calendar highlight and has seen some of the industry’s highly commendable innovations and successes receive the recognition they deserve over the years.
As part of our commitment to the Healthcare sector across the North of England, we come together every year to celebrate the achievements of life science companies over the past year and showcase the very best examples of collaboration between industry, academia and the NHS.
The Medilink Healthcare Business Awards is a showcase event that offers a chance to demonstrate the North’s strong capabilities, innovation and commercial successes and highlight the expertise in our region.
2. Communications Matters AAC Awards – The Innovation Award – On the 24th of March, in Leeds, the Comms Matters charity will announce the winners of its 2023 Awards Programme. SRAVI has been shortlisted for the Innovation Award.
More about the award:
At Communication Matters we support and celebrate all forms of communication, the people who use communication aids, the professionals and families that support them and the companies that provide them.As many of you know, at our annual conference we present two awards in memory of two inspiring individuals: Jamie Munro and Alan Martin. These awards not only serve to remember two valued members of our community, but they also highlight the achievements and influence of particular individuals through their work or artistic skills.
We know there are many more individuals, groups and companies who deserve to have their contribution to the world of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) celebrated. We want to champion their achievements.
Good luck to all the finalists of both awards programmes!