Coriolis Technologies CEO, Dr Rebecca Harding wins Net Zero Entrepreneur at 10th Annual Enterprise Awards

07th April 2022

Dr. Rebecca Harding, Chief Executive of Coriolis Technologies has been awarded the Net Zero Entrepreneur at the 10th Annual Enterprise Awards ceremony held on the 6th April 2022 at Goldsmiths’ Hall in the City of London.

The tenth Enterprise Awards in association with the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists
celebrates and recognises the very best of the UK’s technology entrepreneurial talent with ‘The Oscars of the Technology Industry’. Uniquely focused on the founder rather than the businesses themselves, the Enterprise Awards boasts previous winners that have achieved prominence on both private and public markets.

The award Net Zero Entrepreneur Award recognises Rebecca’s reputation as an industry leader within the ESG space as well as the recent achievements of Coriolis Technologies.

In receiving this award Rebecca thanks the close support of her family, friends, and colleagues for supporting her ongoing work to make trade more sustainable, facilitate supply chain transparency, and accurately measure ESG impact across all tiers, through Coriolis Technologies initiatives.

Coriolis Technologies Chief Executive Officer Dr Rebecca Harding said:
“It is an honour to get this first award recognising the importance of sustainability and climate change in particular – something which we are committed to at Coriolis and which is very close to my heart. To be recognised in this space feels very special and is testimony to all the hard work that everyone in Coriolis has done to make sure we have the right solution at the right time.”


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