We are proud of the work that we do, but we're not the only ones who recognise that what we're doing is special. This is a selection of some of the awards that we've won for our innovative apps.
The Talent Unleashed Awards recognise those who are innovating, changing and unleashing technology and ideas into the workplace and community. We were global winners of the 2016 Talent Unleashed Award for Best Digital SME. The awards were hosted by Talent International and judged by a panel including Steve Wozniak.
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are the highest official UK awards for British businesses, and recognize businesses who excel. We were awarded for our innovation in 2014.
We were the first ever winners of the Medical App award, a prize chosen by Life Science Nord and the digital advertising agency FUSE. The Medical App Award recognises the most innovative healthcare apps. Predictable deutsch won the gold award for its impressive variety of inclusive features.
The Nectar Small Business Award for contribution to the community recognises small businesses, social enterprises and charities able to demonstrate a positive impact in the local community. Therapy Box was the winning company in 2015.
The 'UK Best Mobile Health-App Competition' is a national competition to support the mobile health-app community in the UK. Predictable won in 2015.
The Appsters awards held annually is a must-attend for the who's who in the world of apps. The award winners are decided by a judging panel of independent experts, delivering plaudits to worthy winners across key categories. In 2014, Therapy Box won the award for the most innovative app, for including customisable ModelTalker voices in Predictable
Rebecca Bright, Co-founder of Therapy Box, won the Women in Business Awards in the Outstanding Contribution Category for her cutting-edge work in app development for those with communication difficulties. The judges noted that female success within the technology market is not commonplace. "Rebecca is hugely inspirational."
Swapnil Gadgil, co-founder of Therapy Box, won Pride In Our People Awards 2014. He was recognised as a Business Champion for his unique apps for people with disabilities.
Rebecca Bright of Therapy Box won the Natwest everywoman Iris Award in 2013. Since 2003, the NatWest everywoman Awards have celebrated phenomenally successful female entrepreneurs. These prestigious Awards celebrate female owned businesses at every stage ‐ from start ups to those who have established multi million pound businesses.
In 2013 we won the Ercisson App Awards in the Companies Category. The awards are an annual, global competition for application developers on the Android platform. We submitted Predictable Android to be compete in the theme "Apps for City Life" and focused on enabling people without a voice to stay connected.
More than 100 entries had been submitted for these awards showing how much innovation is present in the disability, rehabilitation and homecare industry. We are proud to have won this award which celebrates the best and most innovative products that help people to live and enjoy life independently.
In its first year of release, Predictable won the mPhasis Universal Design award, which recongises the development of independent living aids and accessibility products.
People Driven Digital unAwards recognises people who have found clever ways to solve everyday problems through digital technologies. Predictable was runner up for the most oustanding digital inclusion initiative in 2015.
The Duke of York founded Pitch@Palace in 2014, recognising the profound role that Entrepreneurship is playing, and will continue to play in the future of the United Kingdom and Global economy. Therapy Box participatd in the first Pitch@Palace event.
Therapy Box were shortlisted for the Most Innovative App category at the Appsters 2014. The Appsters celebrate and reward the best apps, and showcase digital products that are becoming a driving force in this exciting sector.
Therapy Box has been shortlisted in the TalkTalk's Digital Heroes Awards 2014.
Rebecca Bright, the Director of Therapy Box was been shortlisted in the Women of the Future Awards 2014. The Women of the Future Awards are the platform for successful young women in Britain today.
Techpreneurs awards are open to women who are either already involved in a tech-related start-up or who are in the process of launching one. Rebecca Bright was shortlisted in 2014.
Therapy Box were shortlisted within the Accessibility Award in the Tech4Good Awards 2014. The Tech4Good Awards recognise organisations and individuals who use digital technology to improve the lives of others.
Therapy Box was shortlisted within SLCN Innovation Award category. The Shine a Light Awards celebrates excellent practice in supporting children and young people's communication development.
The Appsters are for the most innovative and exciting apps available today. The consumer app nomination is for those apps which change the lives of users and provide a high quality user experience. Therapy Box was shortlisted for Predictable in 2013.