Pictured above (left to right): Wayne Cartmel (MyNewTerm), Ikunyemi Ngor (MyNewTerm), Joseph Whittle (MyNewTerm), Dale Fahey (MyNewTerm), representative of Tyl by NatWest, Damaris Karanja (MyNewTerm) and Rochelle Cobbina (MyNewTerm)

Winners of Biztech BrightSparc & Digital Awards 2019 | November 2019

The Biztech BrightSparc & Digital Awards is about celebrating the region's top businesses, students and education establishments. The awards, which were sponsored by Alphas, the University of Bedfordshire’s gateway to research and business development services.

Further details available at: https://brightsparcawards.co.uk/regions-best-innovators-designers-and-techies-celebrate-outstanding-achievements-at-biztech-brightsparc-digital-awards-2019/

Pictured above (left to right): Wayne Cartmel (MyNewTerm), Gary Stewart (The Nest), Ikunyemi Ngor (MyNewTerm) and Holly Gladwell (MyNewTerm)

Pictured above (left to right): Becky Ives (Heart Radio), Wayne Cartmel (MyNewTerm), and Hugh Pettit (My Mustard)

Biztech Bright Sparc Awards | November 2018

The Biztech awards include technology businesses across all sectors operating within the SEMLEP region (14 local authority regions). We are therefore particularly proud two have won the two categories we were nominated, as judges recognised the positive impact of MyNewTerm for so many schools across the region. We were delighted to win the following awards:

The award for the 'Best technology collaboration' was in recognition to our many years of collaboration with leading computer science academies at The Open University.

Further details available at: https://biztech.org.uk/news/winners-revealed-biztechs-brightsparc-awards-central-milton-keynes

Pictured above (left to right): Michael Bracey (CEO, Milton Keynes Council), Wayne Cartmel (Founder, MyNewTerm) and Oksana Koryak (Researcher, Cranfield School of Management)

Pictured above (left to right): Alan Carr (Chief Commercial Officer, Digital Catapult) and Wayne Cartmel (Founder, MyNewTerm)

B-innovative: University of Bedfordshire | May 2014

B-innovative was a European partnership programme funded by the European Commission's Lifelong Learning programme which aimed to support business start-ups whilst developing a spirit of entrepreneurship. Out of 30 delegates on the project, we were delighted to win the programme and received £1,500 start-up funding!

Daniel Nicholls, Project Manager for B-innovative, said "this fifth and final cohort has proved our best yet in terms of the quality and standard of delegate's business ideas and also the support awarded in aiding delegates realising their business dreams."

This latest version of the programme was won by University of Bedfordshire trainee teacher, Wayne Cartmel, whose idea of a teacher recruitment platform greatly impressed the panel of judges through both the professional presentation conveyed and the clear vision of where the business was headed.

Dr Nicholas Lancaster said "B-innovative is one of the most powerful projects I've ever been involved with. You could see the transformation of delegates from being sceptical of their business idea at session 1 to full blown entrepreneurs by the end of the programme. By bringing together local and business communities we were able to offer a business start-up programme that was built for and by delegates."

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