Liverpool 5G Create short listed for “most potentially disruptive business model” 5G Week Award

The 5G Week Awards focus on the best of the best of 5G adoption, business cases and distribution across the entire ecosystem around the world.

The Liverpool 5G Create project has been shortlisted for the “most potentially disruptive business model” award, for their work on providing reliable, secure and notably free connectivity for the purposes of health, social care and education.

The winners will be announced at the 5G Week Gala Dinner taking place in London on the 2nd of June, and winners will be chosen by 5G Week’s independent panel of judges: Keith Willetts, Co-Founder of 5G Realised; Rosalind Singleton, Chair, UK5G; David Pringle, Writer and Analyst, Tony Sceales, Head of Programme Development, 5G Programme, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) – UK Government; and Robert Driver, Head of UK5G.

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