Opsydia is proud to announce that it has been awarded the Oxford Innovation Start-up Award at The Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards 2019.
The award recognises the outstanding performance of an Oxfordshire tech start-up that has been trading for one to three years. The judges decided that Opsydia demonstrated outstanding performance, particularly over the last 12 months, in a number of aspects including commercial success, impact on society and clear plans for growth. Sponsors of the Start-up Award, Oxford Innovation provide business support to small businesses to help them survive, grow and innovate.
The awards recognise and celebrate the breadth of innovative companies and individuals working in the science and technology industry in the Oxford region today. The awards are a real showcase for Oxfordshire’s high-tech industry and celebrate entrepreneurs and start-ups who are just setting out on their journey to success as well as established tech businesses and individuals who have made an impact on the economy through innovation. The awards have been running since 2005 and have previously highlighted future high-growth companies such as Oxbotica, Immunocore, Adaptix and Oxford Nanopore.
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The Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards
Read more about the awards at: https://theoxfordtrust.co.uk/our-work/oxford-trust-enterprise-awards/
The Oxford Trust
The Oxford Trust is an independent charitable trust that was founded in 1985 by entrepreneurs Sir Martin and Audrey, Lady Wood. Our mission is to encourage the pursuit of science and enterprise. www.theoxfordtrust.co.uk
About Opsydia: Opsydia is a spin-out company from the Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford. We are specialists in designing bespoke optical systems and laser fabrication processes for complex and unique ideas. Utilising our decades of cutting-edge photonics research and extensive industrial experience, we perform otherwise impossible materials processing tasks.