CircoSense nominated for Working4Business Award
CircoSense are delighted to announce that they have been nominated in the Most Promising New Business category at the Working4Business Awards 2017.
The Working4 Business Awards were established to celebrate the success and achievements of businesses in West Dunbartonshire, with a wide variety of award categories to highlight the efforts of local businesses.
CircoSense, whose head office is located in Clydebank, works by using innovative cognitive technology to learn the building’s hot water usage patterns. Through constant adaption and a tailored approach to hot water demands, CircoSense reduces carbon emissions and lowers the energy costs of heating hot water by a minimum of 25%.
Since its launch in April 2016, CircoSense has been successful in establishing a thriving, innovative business, supported by a strong team capable of moving the company forward and expanding throughout the UK.
David Jolliffe, Managing Director of CircoSense, stated “This nomination for Most Promising New Business at the Working4Business awards is a great achievement for us. The team has worked extremely hard over the last year to establish this exciting and innovative company, and we are all excited for what the coming months and years will bring”.
The awards event, hosted by Kaye Adams, will be held on Wednesday 31st May in Clydebank Town Hall, with the winners for each category announced on the night.
For more information on the CircoSense3000 device and how it produces energy and carbon savings, please visit www.circosense.com or call us on 0333 320 1000