Time is running out to enter the inaugural Greater Manchester Tech Climbers.

Tech Climbers is an annual list published with TechBlast and BusinessCloud, profiling the top performing product-led technology businesses in the region.

The launch into Greater Manchester follows successful campaigns in Yorkshire and Liverpool and the closing date for entries is Wednesday August 16th.

Businesses from Manchester, Stockport, Salford, Trafford, Tameside, Oldham, Rochdale, Bury, Bolton and Wigan are invited to submit for the 2023 Tech Climber accolade.

Tech Climbers expands into Manchester for first time

Companies can either put themselves forward of nominations are also invited from the wider business community.

The main list showcases the shining stars in the region, who offer cutting-edge product solutions that will impact the UK technology space.

The ‘ones to watch’ list shines a light on up-and-coming businesses with potential to disrupt the tech industry.

Anna Heyes, CEO at Active Profile and Tech Climbers founder, said: “Our ambition with Tech Climbers is to profile the brightest and best tech being developed in regions across the UK, creating a view of growth and showcasing the pioneering people behind the products.

Yorkshire Tech Climbers List 2023

“We’re looking for Greater Manchester companies and brands  making a real impact – creating innovative products, solving world problems with a clear commercial model for growth. The closing date for nominations to be received is August 16.”

Chris Maguire, executive editor of BusinessCloud and TechBlast, said: “Tech Climbers is hugely respected so if you want to showcase your businesses to a wider audience than get your nominations in before Wednesday.”

Greater Manchester Tech Climbers was launched at No.1 Circle Square where speakers included Gemma McCall, co-founder of Culture Shift; Matt Robinson, head of nations and regions at techUK; Kiran Mehta, investment manager at Mercia Investment Management; and David Levine, principal of Manchester Angels.

Home to a £5 billion digital sector that raised a record of £532 million in 2022, Greater Manchester’s tech hub is thriving.

Greater Manchester Tech Climbers’ partners this year to date include Brabners, Burns Sheehan, Tech UK, MHA; Marks & Clerk, Mercia Asset Management, TD Synnex; and Microsoft with associate partners Data City, InnovateHer, Exchange, Manchester Digital; Manchester Tech Festival; and Science and Technology Facilities Council.

Enter the Greater Manchester Tech Climbers here