Mills & Reeve have published their biennial “Innovation 50” report, the Midlands’ only innovation focused ranking system, which celebrates 50 of the Midlands’ most innovative businesses.

Beginning in 2017, Mills & Reeve have published their second report which aims to celebrate ground-breaking ideas and pioneering ways of working of innovative organisations across the Midlands – from start-ups to more established businesses, from tech to agriculture. It features 50 businesses across 5 categories: Business intelligence and performance; Communication; Development and inclusivity; Healthier, safer lives and Place and environment.

A select group of business leaders from across the East and West Midlands were part of the expert panel that selected the final 50 from this year’s applications, which this year saw a 10% increase in entries compared to the inaugural campaign in 2017. The panel judged entrants on both their originality and impact, with the 50 highest-scoring businesses securing their place in the report.

The Innovation 50: 

Airband

Aquarius

Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education

Bradley Murphy Design

Bronze Labs – Tribe Project

Buckt

Comtec Translations

Conference Aston

Credex Network Ltd

Curium Solutions

Cysters

Daden Limited

Enate Ltd

Fluence World Ltd

Forensic Pathways

Greater BirminghamChambers of Commerce

Green Sisters Ltd

Grigor Group Ltd

Innovating Minds CIC

Learning Labs

Loki Wines

Love Writing Ltd

LoyalFree

Medherant Limited

Mercian Labels Ltd

METCloud

Micro-Fresh

Millennium Point

Miss Macaroon

Natural Grower Ltd

Nicklin Transit Packaging

Oxbridge Home Learning

PLANit Global

Quanta Engineering Ltd

Rateaco Limited t/a Feelyx

Raymont-Osman Product Design

RNF Digital

RSS Infrastructure Ltd and INFRA Skills Ltd

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SDS MyHealthcare

Second Home Studios

Spendology

Toppa

Transreport

University of Birmingham

Updates Media

Vanti

Waldeck Consulting

Wearable Link

WOW HOW Ltd

You can read the full report here.