ITL Group announced as British Excellence in Engineering Awards finalist

ITL Group celebrates after being shortlisted in the Consultancy of the Year category for the British Excellence in Engineering Awards (BEEA’s) 2017.

The BEEAs aim to demonstrate and promote the quality of engineering design within the UK. ITL are joined on the shortlist by some of the UKs leading talents in the field of Design and Engineering.

ITL Group have over 40 years’ experience in the design and development of commercially successful, innovative medical devices. We are proud to be recognised by BEEAs as a leading consultancy in our field and look forward to the awards ceremony.

Eric Wilkinson, chair of the judging panel and CEO designate at Cambridge Consultants commented:

“This year’s BEEAs entries are brilliantly diverse and continue to prove that British design innovation and engineering lead the world.”

The winners of this year’s Awards will be revealed at a gala lunch on Thursday 5th October 2017 at The Honourable Artillery Club (HAC) in London.

To read the complete list of companies that have been shortlisted in each category, click here.

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