A Lerwick based software company has failed in its bid to add to its trophy cabinet after being shortlisted for a national award.
Mesomorphic, headquartered in the North Ness Business Park, were representing the isles in this year’s National Rural Business Awards having been shortlisted in the Rural Innovation category.
The awards, ran in partnership with Amazon for the third year, were established in 2014 by Jemma Clifford and Anna Price; two business owners from Leicestershire. The first Awards were presented in October 2015 and are open to rural businesses across the UK.
Mesomorphic, who create bespoke software for small and medium sized businesses, came forth in their category which was won by PM Training and Assessing Ltd from Powys.
Previous awards won by Mesomorphic include the Best Bespoke SME Software Company in 2019 and two Scottish Enterprise Awards.
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