06 Oct '12, 10am

Electronics Weekly shortlists Triggertrap as New Company of the Year! #holycow

A panel of independent judges has made its decisions as part of the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards 2012, and the shortlisted finalists in each of the award categories are published below. The winners will be announced at an Elektra Awards Dinner and Christmas Party which takes place on Wednesday 12th December at the Park Plaza, Westminster Bridge in London. The established annual highpoint of the electronics industry, the Elektra Awards gives the industry the opportunity to recognise the achievements of individuals and companies across Europe. They are designed to promote best practice in key areas including, innovation, sales growth and employee motivation.

Full article: http://www.electronicsweekly.com/Articles/03/10/2012/5468...

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