Kwiziq co-founders named finalists for EdTech Founder of the Year - BMWi UK Tech Founder Awards 2018

Just a few days ago, it was announced that we have been chosen as finalists for the 2018 BMWi UK Tech Founder Awards in the EdTech Founder of the Year category! Winners will be announced at a lunch ceremony on Tuesday 27th November.

Event manager, Jonathan Davies, told us, “We’ve been thrilled with the standard and you should be incredibly proud of making the shortlist. You beat some strong competition to get there.”

Thanks Jonathan! Needless to say, we’re absolutely delighted by this news and looking forward eagerly to the event. We couldn’t be prouder!

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Kwiziq award nomination badges 2017 and 2018

Kwiziq enjoys a run of recognition in 2018

2018 has been a great year for us so far.  In May, we were thrilled when we were recognised by the UK government as a leading British AI startup.  Then just a few weeks later, we were named as a finalist in the 2018 CogX Awards Best AI Product in Education.  We didn’t win, but it was wonderful recognition and this was the second year running that we made the final three nominations.

Wish us luck for the UK Tech Founder Awards in November!

Author info

Gruff Davies

Despite the very Welsh name, Gruff is actually half French. Nowadays, he's a tech entrepreneur (and some-time novelist) but he used to be a physicist at Imperial College before getting hooked on inventing things. He has a special interest in language learning, speaks five languages to varying degrees of fluency and he often blogs about language learning, science, and technology. As well as co-founding Kwiziq, he is the author the Amazon best-selling SF thriller, The Looking Glass Club and the inventor of the Exertris gaming exercise-bike and Pidgin, a free online tool that makes drawing flow charts and relationship diagrams as quick and easy as describing them in pidgin English.

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