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Northcoders scoops gong at national Megabuyte Emerging Stars Awards

Northcoders – the market leading technology training business - was named Best Performing Company in the Business Process Outsourcing category at the 2024 Megabuyte Emerging Stars Awards, which were sponsored by NatWest and LDC. They took place last night (on Thursday 14th March) at The Carlton Tower Jumeriah Hotel in London. Organisations from across the UK came together for the evening reception.

The annual awards, which are organised by Megabuyte - the leading source of independent data and insights on technology and digital businesses - celebrate the country’s 50 best-performing scale-up tech companies. Megabuyte is widely considered to be at the very top of tech investor publications, and a is much respected and well utilised benchmarking source.

The ceremony, which also included a separate set of awards celebrating the best-performing 50 mid-market tech companies, occupy a unique and influential position in the UK tech sector. They are distinguished by their impartial and expert evaluation of every company’s financial performance through the proprietary Megabuyte Scorecard. However, for the Emerging Stars Awards, the Scorecard is adjusted to reflect the differing priorities of earlier stage companies – namely a greater focus on growth.

Northcoders was recognised for making a splash on the markets since its IPO, consistently securing strong double-digit organic growth year on year, and delivering software training programmes and a hybrid delivery model that helps to alleviate a structural shortage in the technology talent market which has underpinned much of this growth.

Other nominated companies on the night across all categories included thrive, nudge, DrDoctor, updraft, CMap, orbitalnet and etiCloud.

Amul Batra – Co-founder and Chief Partnerships Officer at Northcoders – said: “Winning this award is a great achievement for the team and reflects our collective hard work and dedication, both in the tech training space as well as our growing offering as a technology partner.” Amul added: “The fact that these awards are independently researched and based on empirical, publicly available data is extra special.”

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