Interview with Droplet Computing, winner of the UK Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award

Stuart Sumner
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Droplet Computing discusses winning the UK Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award at the fabulous UK IT Industry Awards 2018

Droplet Computing won the UK Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award at the prestigious UK IT Industry Awards 2018.

The awards were attended by over 1,500 of the UK IT industry's leading professionals, who enjoyed an incredible occasion in Battersea Park.

Computing has published a gallery of all the winners on the night, and a further sequence revealing all the best photos from the pre and post awards parties.

The UK IT Industry Awards will be back next year, so stay tuned to Computing to find out when it opens for entries.

With dozens of categories covering a broad range of projects, teams, individual and organisations, there truly is something for everyone

 

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