With a record 158 entries submitted, competition to be named a Finalist in the British Data Awards 2022 proved to be especially tough.
But today is the day! Today we’re proud to announce the Finalists of the British Data Awards 2022, with Headline Sponsor Differentis.
Among our Finalists are FTSE 100 giants, public sector pioneers, tech unicorns, agile not-for-profits as well as innovative start-ups. And despite all the obvious differences, what unites them all is a real passion for data, and we’re delighted to shine a light on their data success stories.
Jason Johnson, Co-Founder of Predatech and British Data Awards 2022 judge said, “Our quest to uncover data success stories has once again served as a reminder of the talent, passion, and sheer ingenuity that runs deep through the arteries of the United Kingdom. While judging the entries this year was a great privilege, it also proved to be a real challenge given the quality of the entries submitted, so I’d especially like to congratulate all the Finalists and look forward to celebrating their successes on the 19th May.”
We’d also like to thank the British Data Awards 2022 all-star judging panel for sharing their expertise and helping to select our Finalists:
Rob Barham, Director of Data at Gousto I Neil Carden, COO at Forth Point I Caroline Carruthers, CEO at Carruthers and Jackson I Natalie Cramp, CEO at Profusion I Dr Ben Dias, Data Science and Analytics Director at easyJet I Jason Johnson, Co-Founder at Predatech I Christine Osazuwa, Strategy Director at Pollen I Richard Tate, Executive Vice President, Data at DAZN Group I Dr Jo Watts, CEO & Founder at Effini.
And so, without any further ado, the British Data Awards 2022 Finalists are:
Innovation of the Year: alva I Carv by Motion Metrics I Deeper Insights I Loqate (a GBG solution) I Luminance I Nsugbe Research Labs I Snowplow Analytics I Transforming Systems I Turbonomic, an IBM Company.
Large Company of the Year: Bright Data I LNER I Octopus Energy I The Smart Cube I UK Power Networks.
SME of the Year: AdviseInc I Corndel I Effini I Good-Loop I Local Data Company I Metapraxis I Software Solved I The Data Shed.
Start-Up of the Year (sponsored by New Possible): BigID I Ethical Intelligence Associates I Evo I Forth Point I ilumoni I INCUS Performance I Percayso Inform I Swim.
Data for Good Initiative of the Year (sponsored by Differentis): AdviseInc I Data to Insight I Good-Loop I Kent County Council I Lloyds Banking Group I Profusion I Simul8 I The Data Shed and GAMSTOP I Sainsbury’s, Nectar360 and The Giving Department.
Data Leader of the Year (sponsored by Differentis): Rose Ahearne, Senior Manager – Data & Analytics Engineering at Deliveroo I Lorna Brightmore, Lead Data Scientist at tails.com I Alex Craven, CEO at The Data City I Miguel González-Fierro, Principal Data Scientist Manager at Microsoft I Alistair Herbert, Data to Insight Manager at Data to Insight I Di Mayze, Global Head of Data & AI at WPP I Vipul Parmar, Global Head of Data Management at WPP.
Rising Star of the Year: Charlotte Duff, Head of Insight at FlexMR I Claire Houston, Data Engineer at Forth Point I Vini Jaiswal, Developer Advocate at Databricks I Andy McMahon, Machine Learning Engineering Lead at NatWest I Dr Ejay Nsugbe, Chief Engineer and Founder at Nsugbe Research Labs.
AI Company of the Year: Absolar Solutions I Dataiku I Deeper Insights I Evo I INCUS Performance I PrecisionLife I Profusion.
Analytics Company of the Year: Bays Consulting I Effini I Local Data Company I PrecisionLife I Snowplow Analytics I Swim I The Smart Cube.
EdTech of the Year: Eden Smith I Synap I Word Up – a Geeks Foundation Initiative.
Engineering Company of the Year: Meggitt I Network Rail (Controls & Analytics Team, Capital Delivery, Wales & Western Region) I UK Power Networks.
Financial Services Company of the Year: ilumoni I PensionBee I Snoop I SunLife.
Healthcare Organisation of the Year: Intouch with Health I King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust I Stockport NHS Foundation Trust I Synopsis.
Not-For-Profit of the Year: 360Giving I Data Orchard I GAMSTOP I Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) I Social Finance I Vulnerability Registration Service.
Professional Services Firm of the Year: 67 Bricks I Eden Smith I FlexMR I Tata Consultancy Services I Union Data.
PropTech of the Year: Savills I YourParkingSpace.
Technology Company of the Year: Aera Technology I Dataiku I Infinity I Mention Me I Octopus Energy I The Insights Family I ThoughtSpot I WhereScape.
BI Solution of the Year (sponsored by Differentis): alva I Network Rail (Controls & Analytics Team, Capital Delivery, Wales & Western Region) I Hitachi Solutions I No7 Beauty Company, Walgreens Boots Alliance I ThoughtSpot I Transforming Systems.
CRM Solution of the Year: SunLife I Walgreens Boots Alliance.
This year our 2022 Finalists will be celebrated, and our Winners announced, at a special awards ceremony taking place in the Ballroom of the Grade II listed Lansdowne Club in Mayfair, London on Thursday the 19th May.
With a drinks reception, three course dinner with wine, comedy, and of course a glittering awards ceremony, this is sure to be a night to remember! Please email us for ticket enquiries.