BMM2015 Expo Winners
The prestigious Birmingham Made Me Design and Innovation Awards Dinner 2015 took place at Millennium point on the 17th of June and in attendance was over 240+ VIP guests from some of the very best and upcoming companies from across the Midlands.
The annual dinner which celebrates the midlands design led manufacturing capabilities and achievement did not fail to impress an influential audience of well known businesses and thought leaders from a variety of sectors.
They were welcomed by Professor Cliff Allan, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Birmingham City University and Simon Topman, CEO, Acme Whistles and Chairman of Millennium Point.
Guests were treated to a fabulous evening of quality entertainment, food and performances from the cities young people which included local students from Birmingham Ormiston Academy and experienced local jazz performer Indi Wouhra and his Unconventional Crooners which featured his 25 piece orchestra.
Winner’s of the Awards included the following:
Best Awards for Excellence in Partnership Working
Warwickshire County Cricket Club
Best Midlands Education and Business Collaboration
Mitchells & Butlers
Best Newcomer to the Midlands for Design & Innovation
Afzal Kahn – Kahn Design
Best Digital Inclusivity
Georgie Phone – Roger Wilson-Hinds
Best Independent Business for Innovation and Design
Best Midlands Innovation
Range Rover Evoque – Jaguar Land Rover
Award for Lifetime Contribution
KTP@40 – Commitment to KTP Awards
- Morgan Motor Company
- Nuvohouse Ltd
- Bromford Industries
- Malthouse Engineering
BMM Special Recognition Awards
- Natalie Lewis, KTP@40
- Sanjeev Gill, Faculty of Business, Law and Social Sciences
- Dr Shane Walker, Faculty of Arts, Design & Media focus on KTPs
- Kathryn Burns, Interiors and Lifestyle Futures
- Gay Penfold, Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre (JIIC)
- Christopher Maher, Millennium Point
- Peter Robinson, Millennium Point