BIBAs “vital for driving innovation and excellence” in Lancashire say tech bosses

As applications for the Be Inspired Business Awards (BIBAs) are sifted and sorted into shortlisted categories, tech bosses have highlighted the importance of the event.

Fylde-based Intersys Micronics underscore the vital role of all categories and its sponsorship in promoting innovation across the region.

There are 20 awards up for grabs ahead of the event at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom on Friday, 20th September and organisers have been inundated with applications.

Being the sponsor of the Innovative Business of the Year, Intersys Micronics recognise the growing tech-community within Lancashire.

The award celebrates those businesses which have adapted new and existing products to cater to new market demands or preferences. It also acknowledges businesses that adapt to the ever-increasing digital landscape, using unique methods of growth and highlighting their expertise in an increasingly populated marketplace.

Denys Smith-Hart, founder of Intersys Micronics, said: “Innovation aligns with our mission to champion businesses of all shapes and sizes in the growing Lancashire tech community.

“We believe in recognising and celebrating businesses that drive innovation, create jobs, and contribute to the vibrancy of our local economy.”

The BIBAs, known as “the one they all want to win”, provide a platform for businesses to gain recognition, network with industry peers, and elevate their brand profile.

Denys added: “For Intersys Micronics, supporting initiatives like the BIBAs reinforces our dedication to driving economic prosperity, creating employment opportunities, and enhancing the quality of life for residents across the county.”

For more information about the Be Inspired Business Awards and sponsorship opportunities, visit

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BIBAs “vital for driving innovation and excellence” in Lancashire say tech bosses
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