Ufi-supported organisations win awards at last night’s Learning Technologies Awards 2023.
The Learning Technologies Awards celebrate outstanding commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world. Three Ufi-grant funded organisations and three Ufi Venture portfolio companies were shortlisted for an award this year.
Finalists were selected by an independent judging panel of experts from over 450 entries. The winners were announced at the Learning Technologies gala evening on 15 November 2023 in London.
Two Ufi-supported organisations won awards at last night's gala event.
Bristol Braille Technology CIC, who have developed a Braille reader to improve access to STEM for adults who are blind or partially sighted, received a Bronze Award for Most Innovative New Learning Technologies Product (UK).
Ed Rogers, Bristol Braille with Patrick Dunn, Ufi VocTech Trust
Learnerbly, a platform empowering employees with personal learning budgets, received a Bronze Award for Learning Technologies Organisation of the Year.
Rajeeb Dey, Founder and CEO of Learnerbly, said:
"To have been shortlisted from over 400 entrants and then to have placed in a super competitive category was a real honour. Very grateful to the judges and most importantly our team and awesome clients. In particular a big thanks to one of our investors Ufi Ventures for nominating us for the award"
A huge congratulations to all the Ufi-supported organisations who won or were shortlisted. All the organisations have achieved notable progress in utilising technology to get adults learning. We take great pride in their accomplishments, and are delighted to have been able to support these organisations in developing their VocTech solutions.
Over the past three years a large number of Ufi-supported organisations have been shortlisted for Learning Technologies Awards and many have gone on to win. Explore which Ufi-supported organisations have been celebrated for their brilliant achievements in the learning technologies sector here.