Leading law firm Addleshaw Goddard has been announced as the title sponsor of this year's ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards.
ScotlandIS is the membership organisation for the country's digital economy. The Digital Technology Awards showcase excellence within the industry rewarding the innovation, expertise and ambition of businesses large and small – and the people who drive them – over the past 12 months.
Digital technology is a key focus for Addleshaw Goddard in Scotland. The international firm has specialists working with tech businesses across all sectors, from Fintech unicorns to those disrupting markets in Healthcare, Transport, Real Estate, Energy, Retail & Consumer and more.
David Anderson, a Partner in the Corporate team at AG who specialises in advising businesses in Scotland's Tech sector, said: "Tech is at the heart of the future of a thriving Scottish economy and a big part of what we do at Addleshaw Goddard. As a member of ScotlandIS we know how valuable the organisation and these awards are to the sector, as our growing tech community drives the digital transformation of our business and personal lives. We are happy to lend our support to the event and can't wait to join so many tech businesses in a celebration of talent and ambition on 12 May."
Addleshaw Goddard, which has offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, is also presenting the award in the Digital Tech Business of the Year – Start-up category.
This year's event will be back in person, following on from a virtual version in 2021, with the ceremony taking place on 12 May at the Radisson Blu hotel in Glasgow.
This year's categories are: Tech for Good; Best Service/Product Innovation; Data Trailblazers; Best Workplace; Climate Champion; Best Open Source Contribution; Best Public Sector Innovation, Unsung Hero; and Digital Tech Business of the Year – Start-up, Scale-up, Enterprise.
ScotlandIS CEO, Karen Meechan, commented: "We have a wealth of innovation and tech talent in our sector in Scotland, and this is greatly reflected in the applications we have seen for the Awards this year. It is wonderful to be able to hold our Digital Technology Awards in person once again, to truly recognise the continuing strengths and achievements of our industry in spite of a difficult few years."
To find out more about the Awards visit www.scotlandis.com/digitaltech/