7thSense Scoops Double Win at Made in South East Awards 2017
Team Presented with Export Award and Digital Engineering Technology Award
24 November 2017 — Sussex, UK — 7thSense Design has been named as the winner of two separate awards at the 2017 Made in the South East Awards. The accolades of ‘Export Award’ and ‘Digital Engineering Technology Award’ were presented to the team at a finalist event on Thursday 23rd November.
In their fifth year, these annual awards are designed to recognise and reward manufacturing companies based in the South East of the UK that have demonstrated success in innovation, product development and growth in either domestic or overseas markets.
Matt Barton, managing director of 7thSense, accepted the award on behalf of the company, “The competition this year was especially tough, there’s so many ambitious organisations and a great deal of innovation in the region. We are so honoured to have be recognised with both awards and this was yet another occasion where we can proud of our incredible team.”
The Made in the South East Awards attract manufacturers of all sizes from all parts of the region. A panel of expert judges and specialists review some of the most innovative and successful companies in the South East who put themselves forward as entrants across the eight categories each year.
Established in 2004, 7thSense specialises in advanced Media Serving for markets including Themed Entertainment, 3D Theatres, Visitor Attractions, Planetaria, Digital Signage and Live Events. With offices in Sussex, England, and Michigan, USA, the company has sold thousands of products worldwide and has recently opened a third office in Orlando, Florida, to support a growing customer network in the area.
This year’s judges commended the scale of export, market growth rates and highly innovative product range and approach to technology development demonstrated by 7thSense
As regional winners, 7thSense Design will now stand as finalists in the 2018 Made in the UK Awards, in categories of Export and Digital Engineering and Technology, in Liverpool on 20 June 2018.