Liverpool 5G Project Director, Rosemary Kay, has been shortlisted for the Prolific North Tech Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Rosemary, who is also a director of eHealth Cluster, an SME-led cluster which delivers a new model for providing practical support to both technology and care organisations through collaborative Cluster working, was nominated by Prolific North in recognition of her work on the DCMS-funded project Liverpool 5G: Connecting Health & Social Care. Rosemary leads the leads £7.2 million government-funded project, which built one of the largest private, public sector 5G networks in Europe, supporting affordable technologies for health, social care and education.
The Prolific North Tech Awards celebrate the incredible innovation of the North’s Tech sector, recognising the organisation, teams and individuals contributing to the region’s growth.
The ‘Tech Entrepreneur of the Year’ is the only individual award within the Prolific North awards categories, which “looks to reward the past year’s top entrepreneur working in the region”, rewarding “individuals who’ve overcome significant challenges, introduced novel solutions, and done everything they can to support their team”. The winner is chosen by a combination of judge’s scoring and a public vote.
Which brings us to the part where we need your help! We’re already very aware of the huge impact Rosemary’s vision, insight and leadership has made on both 5G and the North West, and we know this deserves recognition. Help us spread word of the fantastic work Rosemary has done, by voting for her HERE.
The 2022 Tech Awards will take place in Manchester on 27th October, and tickets are available here. Good luck Rosemary!