See highlights of our recent awards below.
DNAFit was awarded two highly coveted Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2018, receiving both the Innovation and International Trade awards in the newly unveiled honours list in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 92nd birthday. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise is the most prestigious business award in the country. DNAFit is one of just eight British companies to be awarded in multiple categories, ahead of a Summer presentation ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
DNAFit was featured on the shortlist for the distinguished BT Sports Industry Awards, nominated in the ‘Performance Technology of the Year’ category. The BT Sport Industry Awards are the largest commercial sports awards in the world and we were honoured to be recognised for the third year in a row.
DNAFit was named within the 2017 TransTech 200 list, an annual compilation of leading innovators within the field of health and wellness transformative technology. DNAFit was recognised as being one of the first companies to deliver DNA results for programmatic outcomes in both exercise and nutrition.
DNAFit was officially shortlisted within the category of ‘One To Watch’, part of the upcoming The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table. The influential list ranks Britain’s 100 private tech (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years.
DNAFit was honoured with the ‘Athlete Welfare’ award at the Sports Technology Awards. An increasingly influential voice within the industry, the Sports Technology Awards 2017 saw global entries from more than 30 countries, spanning in excess of 70 different sports. DNAFit was successful in the ‘Best Technology for Managers & Coaches: Athlete Welfare’ which marks organisations that challenge the norm and deliver tangible solutions to help sportspeople deliver to their true potential.
Fast Company named DNAFit in the top 10 for Most Innovative Companies in the Data Science sector. Most Innovative Companies is one of Fast Company’s most significant and highly anticipated editorial efforts of the year. To produce the 2017 list, Fast Company reporters surveyed thousands of enterprises across the globe to identify the most notable innovations of the year and trace the impact of those initiatives on business, industry, and the larger culture.
DNAFit was nominated for a Cutting Edge award at the BT Sport Industry Awards 2016 in association with Loughborough University London. DNAFit was named alongside such global brands as Adidas, Coca Cola, UFC, the Virgin London Marathon and Land Rover.
DNAFit was named the Market Gravity Innovation Award winners at the 2015 National Business Awards. This award recognises all forms of successfully applied innovation from new products and services to a culture of improvement, and celebrates the idea that have had the greatest impact on an organisation or industry.
DNAFit won the Spark of Innovation award in the 2014 ukactive and Matrix Flame Awards, the most highly coveted accolade in the health and fitness sector. The awards recognise suppliers, operators, educational institutes, health practitioners and corporate organisations that have demonstrated exceptional standards across their area of work.