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Breaking the Mould Awards 2023: Keele University announces shortlisted businesses and organisations 

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Keele University has announced the finalists for this year’s Breaking the Mould Awards.

The annual event celebrates the achievements by innovation-led businesses and organisations that have benefitted from its support programmes.

Ten awards are up for grabs, with the winners set to be revealed at a ceremony at the university on Thursday, 19 October.

The categories and finalists are:

Health and Wellbeing Award
Apnea-Tech Ltd
Dynastat Systems Ltd
Expert Citizens CIC
Healthcare Communication Matters
Going for Growth Award 
Concentric Solutions
Robust UK
TMT First
VUIT.Online
WordUnited Ltd
Sustainable Futures Award
EGO Technology Ltd
Noreus
TMT First
Velorim Ltd
Entrepreneurial Student of
the Year Award
Earth Stories Film Festival
James Deaville
Lauma Putane
Cultivating Talent Award  
Healthcare Communication Matters
Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust
Philip Astley Projects CIC
Ruff & Ruby Youth Charity
VUIT.Online
Leading Innovation Award
Future Developments
Hygan Products
International Energy Crops
ProtectaPet
River Canal Rescue
Semantics 21
Social Inclusion Award
Expert Citizens CIC
T&J Scents
Writers for Disability
Keele University Science and Innovation
Park Company of the Year Award
The 50+ organisations based on Keele
University Science and Innovation Park.
Digital Futures Award 
Hixon Group
TMT First
VUIT.Online
Collaboration of the Year Award
Concentric Solutions
Expert Citizens CIC
Nurture CIC (part of Mondrem Group)
TMT First

The awards ceremony will be hosted by broadcaster Nastasha Kaplinsky and will have a celebratory theme showcasing the business and enterprise community.

Highlights of last year’s Breaking the Mould Awards ceremony.

Hayley Johnson

Senior journalist with over 15 years’ experience writing for customers and audiences all over the world. Previous work has included everything from breaking news for national newspapers to complex business stories, in-depth human-interest features and celebrity interviews - and most things in between.

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