Polymorph shortlisted for Digital and Technology Business of the Year at the MIB Awards

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We are pleased to announce that Polymorph has been shortlisted as ‘Digital and Technology Business of the Year’ at the 2019 Merseyside Independent Awards (MIBs).

The MIBs celebrate independent businesses across Merseyside. Steve Harris, Polymorph’s CEO says, “We are very proud to have been shortlisted as Digital and Technology Business of the Year at this year’s MIB awards. Liverpool and Merseyside continue to grow and thrive as a centre for fast growing technology and digital businesses so we are very delighted to be recognised for our achievements within the sector and wish all the finalists the very best of luck on the night.”

Earlier in the summer Polymorph won the Merseyside Innovation Prestige Award for our maritime domain awareness software, MERCURY, which has helped protect World Food Programme vessels in delivering 1.7 million tonnes of food and has reduced the number of hostages captured by pirates from 237 (in 2011) to zero (in 2018). More information is available here.

Winners of the MIB Awards will be announced at a ceremony on 10th October at the Titanic Hotel, Liverpool.

You can find out more about this years' awards programme and see a full list of finalists here.

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We are very proud to have been shortlisted as Digital and Technology Business of the Year at this year’s MIB awards. Liverpool and Merseyside continue to grow and thrive as a centre for fast growing technology and digital businesses so we are very delighted to be recognised for our achievements within the sector and wish all the finalists the very best of luck on the night.
Steve Harris, Managing Director
Polymorph
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Polymorph, receive the 2019 MIA Prestige Award, for their maritime domain awareness software MERCURY, which has protected World Food Programme vessels in delivering 1.7 million tonnes of food and reducing the number of hostages taken from 237 (2011) to zero in 2017.