As Titus Learning grows from strength to strength, our recognition and award nominations continue to grow also. The latest one Titus has been shortlisted for is the SME Business of the Year in the Telegraph & Argus Bradford Means Business Awards 2019.
This award is there to highlight the incredible achievements of companies that employ less than 75 people but consistently post strong financial results. Bradford Means Business states that this award ‘[recognises] a business that has shown marked success over the year, this award celebrates companies that are integral to the economy.’ When choosing the finalist for this award, judges looked into the current trading performances and the prospective growth and development opportunities for the future of the business.
Titus has been nominated for multiple awards previously, but until now we haven’t been shortlisted for one specifically within our own local community. Titus Learning is headquartered in Salts Mill in West Yorkshire, a UNESCO world heritage site (which is always great to tell people), which as built by Sir Titus Salt our namesake. We’re incredibly fortunate to work in such a beautiful area, and it’s great to be recognised for our achievements in our local community.
In order to be shortlisted, Titus had to demonstrate our fantastic achievements in the last year. In 2018 we added new clients from Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, USA, India, South Korea, Singapore, Macau, Ireland, Italy, and Egypt. On top of this we attended and presented at a total of 12 EdTech event worldwide, and this year we hosted our first ever regional user conference in Suzhou, China.
The award ceremony will take place on Thursday the 18th July at the Grand Marquee in City Park. As always, everyone at Titus Learning will have their fingers crossed until the day, and hopefully we can take home the prize.
We’ll make sure to keep you posted with the lead up to the event, but in the meantime you can find out more here.
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