Geollect is very proud to announce that it has received a Bonze award in The Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).
The ERS encourages employers to support defence and inspire others to do the same. The scheme encompasses bronze, silver and gold awards for employer organisations that pledge, demonstrate or advocate support to defence and the armed forces community, and align their values with the Armed Forces Covenant.
The ERS is designed primarily to recognise private sector support although public sector organisations such as the emergency services, local authorities, NHS trusts and executive agencies are also eligible to be recognised.
We are very proud to announce that Richard Gwilliam, Chief Operating Officer, is a finalist in the Veterans Awards 2019!
Richard (Gwilly) is a finalist for Business Leader of the Year, sponsored by Venture Risks Ltd.
"The Veterans Awards are proud to announce our shortlisted Finalists for this years English Veterans Awards, due to be held at the Mercure Bristol Holland House on 25th September 2019. Sponsored by Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes and in Support of The ABF The Soldiers’ Charity!
Well done to everyone who has been shortlisted as finalists. We had 100’s of applications and the shortlisting process was extremely difficult. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who put forward nominations.
We want to Inspire our future service leavers that great things can happen. Its you who will act as role models and in some cases mentors, remember Positivity breeds Positivity."
You can find out more about the award here
Three members of the Geollect team are up for an award at the Geo Business Awards 2020.
CEO, Catherine Gwilliam, is a finalist for 'Geospatial Professional of the Year' - An individual who is recognised within industry as someone that has made a significant contribution to the Geospatial Profession either through raising the profile and standards of the profession or improving the practice and use of Geospatial technologies.
William Hillman and Ryan Lloyd are both finalists for the 'Geospatial Rising Star' category - An individual who is relatively new to the profession (5 years or less) but is already demonstrating an ability to become a future leader of the Geospatial Profession.
Find out more here
May 2019 was an exciting month for Inmarsat and its Digital Incubation team, with the successful completion of our first accelerator – the Rainmaking Transport Start-up Engagement Programme Trade & Transport Impact with partners Wärtsilä and Cargotec group. As a direct result of this programme, we are collaborating with innovators ScanReach and Geollect to bring game-changing digital products to the maritime industry...
Read more here: https://www.inmarsat.com/blog/open-innovation-inmarsats-accelerator-journey-to-enable-maritime-digitalisation/
Cargotec will continue joint projects with seven startups as an outcome of the Rainmaking Trade & Transport Impact Programme
Cargotec will continue joint projects with seven startups as an outcome of the Rainmaking Trade & Transport Impact Programme, a leading maritime startup collaboration platform. The intention of the programme is to address the largest challenges in maritime, cargo transport and logistics.
MacGregor will partner with Arundo Analytics, Geollect, Intelligent Cargo Systems and NauticAI. "We are going forward on several promising paths with our partners," says Dennis Mol, VP, Digitalisation & Business Transformation, MacGregor.
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“Industry collaboration is key to addressing the big challenges faced by the logistics and maritime industry. For far too many it remains a buzzword, unless we take real action. It is with this in mind we designed the trade & transport impact program to help corporate partners like Wärtsilä, Inmarsat and Cargotec find and engage with great disruptive startups to explore ways for improving efficiency, sustainability and safety across the industry. Geollect was selected as 1 of out only 14 finalists from a field of 650 exciting MarineTech companies from 55 countries globally, that all will convene in Hamburg next week to pursue collaborative opportunities for driving real impact and moving the needle in a notoriously conservative industry”, said Erik Christian Lund, Managing Director, Trade & Transport Impact at Rainmaking Innovation on announcing the finalists.
Richard Gwilliam (COO) Geollect, a UK company, which specialises in geospatial intelligence analysis for the logistics and maritime industry, said ‘we are extremely proud to have been selected from such a wide range of applicants. We are also excited to get this opportunity to work alongside the innovative Rainmaking team and their impressive corporate clients. This provides a perfect platform to showcase the wide-ranging applicability of Geollect’s forward thinking products in Hamburg. This opportunity will further validate Geollect as growing entity in the logistics and maritime industry, as a game changing service provider at the forefront of technological advancement’. www.geollect.com
Rainmaking is a corporate innovation and venture development firm which works with businesses and organizations of all shapes and sizes, from early-stage startups to Fortune 500 corporates, in order to solve challenges across the ever-changing landscape of innovation. The multidisciplinary team consist of some of the most experienced venture builders, strategists, engineers, designers, data scientists and growth experts around.
The trade & Transport Impact is a programme designed to address real challenges within the maritime, transportation, logistics & supply chain industry by helping the best startups & scaleups to connect and collaborate with world-leading corporates to bring real impact to the industry
For more information on Rainmaking, visit the website: https://rainmaking.io/
For more information on Trade and Transport Impact: http://tradewithimpact.com/
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We are really pleased to announce that Geollect has been selected as a finalist in the SoldieringOnAwards 2019 in the Business of the Year - Start Up Award - in partnership with Sage.
This award is in recognition of a new business, that was started by an individual linked with the armed forces, that has been in business for less than two years.
The awards final will take place on 5th April 2019.
'The Soldiering On Awards recognise the outstanding achievements of those who have served their country, and the diverse people and groups who work together in support of the Armed Forces Community. We aim to encourage support for this remarkable community by celebrating the achievements of the people, teams and businesses within it.'
In many parts of the world, commercial ships and yachts face significant risks ranging from armed attacks by pirates and thefts at sea, to an above average chance of crew injuries in certain ports. Geollect has developed an app that clearly indicates which risks are highest in which locations, giving ship owners the more precise information they need to plan safer journeys...
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