Criton wins Mobile Startup of the Year at the Scottish Tech Startup Awards
04th December 2019
On Thursday 28th November, Criton attended the Scottish Tech Startup Awards in Edinburgh where the team was delighted to take home the Mobile Startup of the Year Award. Criton was nominated for the award alongside other innovative tech companies such as CallWallet, HR Solver, Shoppa and Swippii.
The announcement shortly follows the launch of Criton 2.0, the second-generation app for luxury hotels which allows guests to create an account, retrieve a booking, check-in to the hotel and access their room using digital door key.
Criton’s founder and CEO, Julie Grieve, was delighted to be nominated for CEO of the Year. The award went to talented Jude Cook, the entrepreneur who founded fintech ShareIn after a career in Deloitte and BT.
The Scottish Tech Startup Awards recognise excellence in the Scottish technology ecosystem, and to bring the community together to celebrate remarkable tech businesses being built in Scotland, and the people contributing to making this one of Europe’s most exciting ecosystems.
Judges of the Awards include Brian Corcoran from Turing Fest, Gillian Docherty from The Data Lab, Hazel Gibbens from Tech Nation, Natalie Novick from Tech.eu, Meri Williams from Monzo Bank and Andy Robinson from Deliveroo.