Nominations are now being sought for the TWI Award for Technology Engineering in International Markets. The winner will be announced during Cambridge Awards Week, at a presentation dinner at King's College, Cambridge on Thursday 22 March 2012.
TWI launches 'Award for Technology Engineering in International Markets'
TWI is encouraging companies to submit nominations for a new technology engineering award for companies that have made significant impact with a technology, product or service in international or emerging markets. The new category has been introduced to the Cambridge News Business Excellence Awards list to highlight technology impact overseas.
‘Cambridge is a global centre for developing novel technologies. But this is only the first step; the key is to convert technologies into products and services and then exploit business opportunities in new and exciting markets. And these buoyant markets are increasingly overseas and will remain so for decades to come,' said Christoph Wiesner, Chief Executive, TWI.
The TWI Award for Technology Engineering in International Markets takes its place alongside the Cambridge News’ Business Innovation, Start-up of the Year; Employer of the Year; Small Business of the Year; Business Person of the Year; Outstanding Contribution; and Business of the Year Awards.
To nominate, please visit: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Business-Awards/Categories.htm
For further information, please contact Catherine Condie: email@example.com
TWI is one of the world’s foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in solving problems in all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management technologies.
Established at Abington, Cambridge, UK in 1946 and with several facilities across the globe, the company has a first class reputation for service though its teams of internationally respected consultants, scientists, engineers and support staff, whose knowledge and expertise are available to its Members as and when they require.
The company employs over 700 staff, serving 700 Members across 4500 sites in 80 countries.
With a long history of invention, innovation and knowledge transfer, TWI continues to develop its technical knowhow in engineering, materials and joining technologies, and assists in the production of international, American, European and British Standards and Codes of Practice. It also provides training, examination and certification programmes in welding, engineering and materials joining technologies with over 15,000 participants per year.
TWI houses a professional institution, The Welding Institute, with a separate membership of 6000.
TWI is a world leading research and technology organisation with a focus on materials, engineering and manufacturing.