Titania is proud to announce that we’ve recieved multiple awards and recognitions in the cybersecurity industry, as well as in a business context, over the past few weeks. The company won at the Risk Management Awards, Birmingham Post Business Awards and the British Chamber of Commerce Awards.
Risk Management Awards – Cyber Security Initiative of the Year
Amid the official inauguration of our office, where we welcomed Rt Hon Francis Maude at our new headquarters in Worcester, we have also won at the Risk Management Awards, in the “Cyber Security Initiative of the Year” category for our Nipper Studio auditing tool.
Andy Williams, Head of CyberConnect at techUK and consultant for Titania proudly picked up the award at the black tie ceremony organised by the Continuity Insurance & Risk Magazine. The evening was hosted by Chris Barrie (who you may remember as Arnold Rimmer in the popular British series “Red Dwarf”).
Birmingham Post Awards – Export Award
Our Marketing team was honoured to attend the Birmingham Post Awards, after being shortlisted in the Export Category. The ceremony was attended by over 750 business delegates and included Shadow Chancellor Rt Hon Ed Balls MP as a guest speaker, Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Shafique Shah and comedian Lee Hurst, who provided the entertainment for the evening.
Rt Hon Ed Balls MP opens the Birmingham Post Awards ceremony with a keynote speech
With export activities conducted in more than 60 countries and an overseas customer base of around 90%, Titania was declared a winner! Paul Kehoe, CEO of Birmingham Airport (who kindly sponsored the Export category) collected the award on our behalf.
British Chamber of Commerce Awards – Small Business of the Year
Next up came the British Chamber of Commerce Awards at the Tower of London, where we were shortlisted in the category “Small Business of the Year”.
The competition was very tight with 8 other excellent small businesses shortlisted in the same category…
…and we won! For a second consecutive night we were returning home with an award.
Finally, as a team-effort achievement, we are also proud to announce we have recently acquired Level 2 accreditation in the Worcestershire Works Well scheme.
Shelley Gunnell, HR Manager, comments for Worcester News:
“Titania is incredibly proud to be the first SME to reach Level Two of the Worcestershire Works Well accreditation. We hope that we have inspired other local SMEs to take the first steps towards fostering an environment that encourages health and wellbeing in the workplace. We would like to thank Worcestershire Works Well for its continued support, as well as our growing Titania Team who helped make this happen.”