Autonomous vehicle software company Oxbotica celebrates win in Barclays Entrepreneur awards

 1 min | By Gill Oliver
 |  | Oct 11th 2019

Autonomous vehicle software company Oxbotica scooped the Scale-up Entrepreneur of the Year title at last night’s Barclays Entrepreneur awards.

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The annual programme, which runs from April to October, includes five categories and winners are chosen from seven regions across the UK.

Posting on Twitter, the Oxfordshire-based company says it’s ‘very proud to have won’ and sees the award as ‘showing the huge leaps we are making and how we are bringing autonomous technology to businesses worldwide’.

Oxbotica was founded in 2014 by Oxford University professors Paul Newman and Ingmar Posner. It raised £14m in its first funding round last year.

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Gill Oliver

Gill Oliver is a professionally trained journalist who’s written for The New Statesman, The Bureau for Investigative Journalism, The Daily Mail’s business section This is Money, The Press Association, The Huffington Post plus a host of national magazines, news agencies and trade and industry journals. She’s also spent nine years reporting on the Oxfordshire business and tech scene for The Oxford Times and The Oxford Mail.

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