Last week, CareScribe scooped up The Most Innovative Use of Software or Cloud Technology at the Go:Tech Awards in London.
Attracting over 400 attendees this year, the Go:Tech Awards celebrates businesses and entrepreneurs paving the way in technology and innovation across the UK. The prestigious awards show has gained considerable recognition in the technology industry, having formed solid partnerships with leading UK businesses and sponsors, including HSBC UK, finnCap Group, and Osborne Clarke.
CareScribe was founded in 2020 by NHS Doctor Richard Purcell, his brother Chris Purcell, and software engineer Tom Cartwright, and in less than three years, the organisation has grown from a team of three to thirty four. CareScribe’s mission is to break down the barriers to disability by creating assistive technology – Caption.Ed and TalkType – to help people with disabilities be more independent in their studies and work. The team are humbled to be nominated among the phenomenal finalists this year.
Following the award win and his nomination for Tech Entrepreneur of the Year, Chris (Managing Director) said:
The work we do at CareScribe helps thousands of people every day, and it’s seeing that impact that drives us forward to continue to do bigger and better things.Chris Purcell, Managing Director
This award is a testament to the commitment, passion and hard work of my amazing colleagues that make all of this possible. We’ll definitely be celebrating during our company away day in July!
The team can’t wait to continue creating technology that drives positive change and helps make the world more accessible for all.
Thank you to all the incredible Universities, businesses, Disabled Student Allowance and Access to Work assessors and trainers for placing your trust in CareScribe’s assistive technology and helping us work towards creating a more inclusive world.
The team can’t wait to see what’s in store for the next six months!