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An Award-Winning Start To 2020

Written by Giedre on 10th February 2020

2020 is off to a brilliant start for us here at AbBaltis, as we are delighted to announce that we were named the Winners in the Export category at this year’s South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) MedTech Business Awards, which took place on Thursday 6th February at the offices of Hill Dickinson.

SEHTA is a health technology network organisation, providing business support for members who represent health technology SMEs, health professionals, care providers and academia.

Winning this award is huge honour for us and comes after we finished 2019 with a string of prestigious awards, which included winning a Swale Business Award; two awards from the Independent Business Awards Kent, and being finalists in two categories at the Made in the South East awards.

Our MD Giedre enthusiastically explained the significance of the SEHTA MedTech Business Awards: “I am absolutely thrilled that AbBaltis were the winners of the Export award, especially considering to the size of the region covered. We were competing against the best and brightest from Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Berkshire, Isle of Wight, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Milton Keynes; so even to be shortlisted is a huge accomplishment.”

“Our recent achievements in these and other awards are, I think, representative of the recognition we are beginning to receive in the business world. We have already developed a strong reputation amongst our customers and peers across the world in the In Vitro Diagnostics field, but now that reputation is spreading to businesses from all sectors. As a business owner you always think that you’re doing the best you possibly can for your customers and staff, so it is nice when external organisations such as SEHTA confirm that you are.”

Giedre closed by saying “I would like to dedicate this award to our staff, as this award belongs to them. The business would not be the success it is without their continued hard work and dedication.”

Other finalists at the awards included:

  • Docobo, who provide remote monitoring for NHS patients
  • Sentinel Biosensor, for their design and manufacturer of medical grade, wearable, autonomous, vital signs monitors
  • BIOS, who are developing a full stack neural interface platform, optimised to decode and encode signals from the brain to the body to treat chronic health conditions


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