Circular1 Health is honoured to be recognised as the winner of the Startup Business Award Category of the Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC) Awards 2022!
On Thursday 26th May, members of the BECBC gathered together to celebrate their contributions to industry and business in Cumbria and the North West. Hosted by the BBC business correspondent and former regional political editor Nina Warhurst, the event was held for the first time in two years and paid special recognition to the resilience and innovation of local businesses during the pandemic.
Circular1 Health is proud to have been recognised as one of the brightest startups in the North West, and is committed to improving health and social outcomes across the region. Circular1’s Proactive Health and Wellbeing Programme, which aims to protect the local workforce and community through diagnostic testing, is set to launch at the end of the month, whilst the cash prize from the award is being reinvested in the Cumbrian business landscape through collaboration with The Entrepreneur Group.
Helen Storey MBE, founder and former CEO of the Cumbria-based charity Triple A, praised Circular 1 for their achievement, remarking that “This award is very much deserved. Stuart and his team are committed to transforming healthcare in the region and I am excited to follow their success as they launch their Proactive Health and Wellbeing programme.”
Matt Bratton, the CBI’s Deputy Regional Director for the North East & Cumbria, also applauded Circular1, commenting that “I am thrilled to see the growth and dedication of Circular1 be recognised in this prestigious award. Circular1, which protected local and national businesses throughout the pandemic and beyond, represents the very best of the business community of the North West. Well done Circular1!”.