British Data Awards 2022 Winners Announced

It’s been quite a year for our quest to discover and celebrate data success stories.

With 158 nominations received, competition to be named a Finalist was tough, but last night we gathered the stars of the industry in London to announce the Winners of the British Data Awards 2022.

Among our Winners are FTSE 100 giants, public sector pioneers, tech unicorns, agile not-for-profits, as well as innovative start-ups. And despite all the many differences, what unites them all is a real passion for data, and so we are once again delighted to shine a light on their data success stories.

Jason Johnson, Co-Founder of Predatech and British Data Awards judge said: “I’d like to extend my congratulations to all of our 2022 Winners. With 158 entries received this year, being named a Finalist let alone a Winner really is a great achievement. I hope that all the people and organisations taking part this year feel immensely proud to be recognised for their data success stories on a national stage.”

And for one last time, we’d like to thank the British Data Awards 2022 all-star judging panel for sharing their expertise and helping to select our Winners:

Rob Barham, Director of Data at Gousto I Neil Carden, CEO at Forth Point I Caroline Carruthers, CEO at Carruthers and Jackson I Natalie Cramp, CEO at Profusion Dr Ben Dias, Data Science and Analytics Director at easyJet I Jason Johnson, Co-Founder at Predatech 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, your British Data Awards 2022 Winners are:

Overall Awards

Data for Good Initiative of the Year (sponsored by Differentis): Data to Insight & The Data Shed and GAMSTOP (Joint Winners). Highly Commended: Sainsbury’s, Nectar360 and The Giving Department.

Large Company of the Year: LNER

SME of the Year (sponsored by New Possible): AdviseInc

Start-Up of the Year: ilumoni 

Innovation of the Year: Luminance

People Awards

Data Leader of the Year (sponsored by Differentis): Rose Ahearne, Senior Manager – Data & Analytics Engineering at Deliveroo. Highly Commended: Alex Craven, CEO at The Data City

Rising Star of the Year: Andy McMahon, Machine Learning Engineering Lead at NatWest 

Sector Awards

AI Company of the Year: INCUS Performance

Analytics Company of the Year: PrecisionLife

EdTech of the Year: Word Up – a Geeks Foundation Initiative. Highly Commended: Eden Smith

Engineering Company of the Year: UK Power Networks

Financial Services Company of the Year: Snoop

Healthcare Organisation of the Year: King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Highly Commended: Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Not For Profit of the Year: Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)

Professional Services Firm of the Year: Tata Consultancy Services. Highly Commended: 67 Bricks

PropTech of the Year: YourParkingSpace

Technology Company of the Year: Octopus Energy. Highly Commended: Mention Me

Solution Awards

BI Solution of the Year (sponsored by Differentis): Network Rail (Controls & Analytics Team, Capital Delivery, Wales & Western Region)

CRM Solution of the Year: SunLife

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British Data Awards 2023

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About Predatech

The British Data Awards are run by Predatech, a cyber security consultancy. Our mission is to help organisations, large and small, protect their businesses, their customers as well as their data. We specialise in offering penetration testing and vulnerability management, as well as certifications including the Government-backed Cyber Essentials & Cyber Essentials Plus. If you’d like to find out more, please contact us for a free consultation.

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