N+1 Singer attended the Fast Track 100 Conference & Awards Dinner last night, where Founders, Directors and Alumni of the Fast Track 100, with combined sales of £12bn, celebrated their success! We were delighted to see our CEO, Tim Cockroft, present the Innovation award to Chris Brady & David Starkey, co-founders of Acro.
Fast Track was established in 1997 and founded by CEO Hamish Stevenson. The company is a leading research and events company which has created a network of the UK’s top-performing private companies through its rankings in The Sunday Times.
Last year N+1 Singer sponsored the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 – 2016 awards program, supporting the UK’s private tech (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales. We were excited to see Semblant pick up the ‘Best Use of IP’ Award, a market leader in protective nanocoatings and liquid damage protection for electronic devices.
In addition to the above event, N+1 Singer also co-hosted an ‘alumni dinner for entrepreneurs’ of the Tech Track 100 along with Fast Track. The dinner served as a great opportunity for N+1 Singer to join founders and CEOs from 18 companies including guest speaker Peter George, founder of Clinigen Group.