The achievements of some of Cornwall newest business leaders were recognised on Friday night at the inaugural Unlocking Cornish Potential (UCP) Graduate Business Start-up Celebrate Awards.
From a shortlist of 18, five award winners were unveiled at a ceremony held at the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth.
Emily Anderson from Sideways Collective received the Exciting Future Award, while Mobius’ Mark Robinson took home the Most Innovative Start-up accolade.
Redfuse’s Mark Grice won the Best Digital Start-up Award, while Tom Telford from 3WhiteHats received the Graduate Start-up of the Year prize.
Craig May from Keep it Cornish was named Entrepreneur of the Year.