Swimming with the big fish in tech innovation

Catherine Nottage
Published on 8th April 2016
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Red Herring Awards shortlist, April 2016

We’re officially among Europe’s most innovative companies! Obviously we knew that already, but nonetheless we’re excited to have confirmation that we’re on the shortlist for the Red Herring Top 100 Europe 2016 award.

Red Herring is a global media company that engages with technology innovators, venture investors and business decision makers. Its aim is to provide deep insights into the emerging technologies driving the economy. Powerful stuff.

We’re especially proud to be listed because Red Herring uses a rigorous evaluation process that’s not just about what candidate businesses stand for on paper. It also assesses our actual performance track record and industry standing.

Our CEO, Adam Hale, will present Sage People’s winning strategy at the Red Herring Europe event that kicks off on 11th April in Amsterdam. It’s an exciting opportunity both to tell our story and to look to the future along with some of the most exciting start-ups and tech businesses in Europe. Keynote speakers, delegates and Top 100 finalists will rub shoulders at a series of presentations, round tables and informal sessions, giving everyone a chance to spark off ideas and share experiences.

Red Herring picked the 100 finalists from a total of 1,200 entrants. They were selected based on technological innovation, management strength, market size, investor record, customer acquisition and financial health. Competing companies come from a range of sectors, including telecoms, security, cloud, software, hardware, biotech and mobile.

We’re looking forward not only to the winners’ announcement, but also to welcoming Adam back after the event with a suitcase-ful of new perspectives and inspiration that’ll help us keep ahead of global trends.

Find out more about Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe award – if you’d like to attend the conference, you can apply to register on this website too.

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