Innovation Birmingham Campus-based disruptive letting technology provider, brightLET, has been shortlisted for a trio of national and regional awards for demonstrating excellence in their sector.
BrightLET is a cloud based lettings and property management platform that connects landlords directly with tenants, by providing a 360-degree service which enables users to advertise, find a property, communicate and manage tenancies in one secure, online location which is quickly and easily accessible.
The company has been shortlisted for Online Business of the Year Award at this year’s national English Asian Business Awards which honours the determination, hard work and personal achievements of English Asian Businessmen and women at the forefront of their industries.
Following an impressive year and the launch of their new commercial solution, brightLET have also received regional nominations for the Birmingham Awards 2016 for the Excellence in Technology and this year’s Midlands Business and Community Charity Awards for Best Business Start-up of the Year award.
Shana Owen, Chief Executive Officer at brightLET, said: “We have had an incredible year so far and are thrilled to be recognised for our efforts, both regionally and internationally, in three categories which highlight our hard work and expertise in our sector.
“Being part of the Serendip Smart City Incubator has given us a fantastic platform on which to collaborate with influential commercial partners and other likeminded entrepreneurs and has provided the perfect foundations for us to accelerate our business.”
brightLET are one of 24 start-ups currently on Innovation Birmingham’s Serendip Smart City Incubator, a new offering aimed at accelerating the growth of digital start-ups by co-locating them with large corporate partners.
Based at the Campus’ 42,149 sq ft iCentrum building, start-ups can sign up to one of four sector-specific ‘quarters’; Digital Health, Intelligent Mobility, Internet of Things and Barclays Eagle Labs, being delivered by the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, Centro, Transport Systems Catapult and Barclays Eagle Lab.
For more information on brightLET, please visit: https://www.brightlet.com
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