The organisation is looking to recognise organisations who have achieved significant business improvement through development of new products, processes, operational excellence market innovation and outstanding performance within the last year.
This year, the awards are split into four main categories with and cover a range of awards – from Automotive, Manufacturing and IoT to Research Excellence.
It is free to submit an application and the closing date for entries is Friday 14 August. You can find more information, and enter, via the dedicated awards website.
The Awards Ceremony will be held during the TechWorks Gala Dinner, on Thursday 9 December, at the Leonardo Tower Bridge Hotel, London.
A number of EW BrightSparks have also been recipients of TechWorks awards.
For example, Yanislav Donchev last year, in 2020, and Ricki Tura, in 2019.
Image: TechWorks – Angela Mison from the University of South Wales (centre left) receives the 2019 TechWorks Cyber Student of the Year in Automotive from Peter Davies of Thales – alongside compere Penny Power OBE and TechWorks CEO, Alan Banks