Digital impact awards 2020 win Innovation in Education

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We’re delighted to receive the award for innovations in the Education category at this year’s Digital Agenda Impact Awards.

Thank you to the judging panel!

It’s a real honour, and for a growing company to be among such incredible nominees with BBC’s Own It and Century makes us extraordinarily proud.

Everyone nominated deserves recognition for their continued work to improve and enrich the lives of others. We are all working towards the same goal of creating positive change and we see this as a collective effort.

Cognassist very much owes its values to our CEO, Chris Quickfall.

His journey has informed everything we do and we want to celebrate the man who leads the way.
In his words, here’s what winning the award means:

“It’s brilliant to receive this award. What can I say except I’m proud of my team and I’m proud of the journey this company has taken. Increasing access to education and learning support has always been my priority, and it’s great to see that so much has been achieved in just a couple of years. Here’s to many more, thank you!”

This win is shared with everyone who works so hard at Cognassist to provide the best experience for clients and, especially, learners.

We dedicate this award to the thousands of learners we help to support.

Your learning journey is what matters and it is a privilege to support you in your endeavours.

Education and the pursuit of learning makes all the difference to wellbeing and cognitive health.

So as always, we will continue to break down the barriers to learning and ensure all learners succeed.
A shout to the other winners on the same day:

TechUp Women, an incredible company providing technology retraining and opportunities for women from often underrepresented backgrounds.

Content Design London, helping individuals and companies to understand the importance of accessibility and training content professionals at all experience levels.

Vinehealth, using thoughtful technology to help people understand, monitor and manage their cancer treatment.

Xploro, a health information platform that empowers young patients to understand and engage with their diagnosis and allay feelings of fear and anxiety.

All well-deserved, congratulations!

Thank you to our hosts at Digital Agenda for a great event.

It was fantastic to hear from so many leading industry figures over the course of the event.

We’re celebrating not just our win but all efforts that contribute to the growth and progress in #TechForGood.

It’s a real privilege to do the work that we do and see the difference in our learners.

Thank you again!