BDB Pitmans present the award for ‘Best Use of Tech in the Digital Economy’ at UK Tech Awards 2022
BDB Pitmans was proud to sponsor this year’s UK Tech Awards which provide a platform to celebrate the success, reward the achievements and raise the profile of those in the UK tech community, including companies on the London Stock Exchange Main Market, AIM-listed and innovative private tech companies. Representing the firm this year were partner Dennis Lee, associate Daisy Fulton, solicitor Ludo Lugnani and trainee Tancred Campbell.
The event showcases the best of the fast-moving tech sector with the evening providing a great networking opportunity, bringing together over 800 tech entrepreneurs, CEOs and FDs, plus corporate advisors, investors (both private and institutional), as well as tech consultants and commentators.
As the legal adviser of choice for a range of FTSE 250 businesses and companies listed on the Main Market, AIM and NASDAQ, as well as smaller software providers and technology start-ups, BDB Pitmans was delighted to offer its support to the event.
The award ceremony was held at the Park Plaza Hotel where Dennis Lee presented the award for ‘Best Use of Tech in the Digital Economy’ to Therese Stowell of Onfido. London-based Onfido are a technology company that help businesses verify their clients’ identities by utilising automated biometric verification tools. Through the use of artificial intelligence algorithms Onfido has made a huge impact in the world of compliance, helping businesses to streamline the ID process for clients, reduce the risk of fraud and still meet their regulatory requirements. Onfido stood out to the team for its innovative use of technology, as well as its application.
If you are a private equity provider, financial investor, lender or investee company, BDB Pitmans are here to support you at every stage of the business life cycle. To find out how we can help you, do reach out to our tech team to see how they can assist you with a host of corporate and commercial, IP, copyright and trademark matters as well as Web3 issues.