amicable is announced as National Technology Awards finalist
Innovation of the year
Press Release:amicable has been shortlisted for the Innovation of the year , in the National Technology Awards . The legal divorce-diagnostic disruptor, has been nominated for their ground-breaking app helping divorcing and separating couples split without conflict. The London start-up offers divorce divorce-diagnostic that allows couples to separate using technology and a divorce coach instead of lawyers.
Technology working alongside humans
Pip Wilson, CEO and Co-Founder of amicable said: “We’re delighted to have made such a prestigious shortlist. amicable demonstrates what can happen when technology is used to solve a real-world problem. Divorce and separation can have a devastating effect on families and usually because its handled badly. Our app and divorce service show what can happen when technology is used to enhance human experience rather than compete or replace it.”
Celebrating the best of British technology
The National Technology Awards, hosted by FStech Magazine , are the showcase for the leaders of technology. The National Technology Awards were created to allow the technology sector to shine, celebrating the pioneers of new technology and to help drive standards and encourage excellence.
The winners will be determined by an independent judging panel and announced at the National Technology Awards Gala and Dinner on 17 May 2017 at the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair.
About the National Technology Awards
The National Technology Awards represent the pinnacle of best practice, a fantastic gala dinner, entertainment and the chance to network with the industry’s finest. Bringing our experience together we have created the arena for all technologies, where the very best can be judged.
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