Touch Bionics announced that it has won the award for the Most Innovative Company of the Year in Europe in the 2010 International Business Awards, according to a press release.
Nicknamed the Stevie for the Greek word “crowned,” the awards will be presented to winners at a gala dinner in September.
In the application process for the award, Touch Bionics was assessed on its progress in innovation throughout the past year.
“Winning an International Business Award is a demonstration of Touch Bionics’ outstanding innovation and business success over the past year, and to win ahead of some of the biggest names in global business is a tremendous achievement,” Stuart Mead, Touch Bionics’ chief executive officer, stated in the release. “Innovation is at the core of this company and from the launch of our first product, the i-LIMB Hand, we have never stopped innovating to ensure we continue to lead the world in the field of commercial bionic technology.”