Vlad Nanu and Andy Rogers, Co-CEOs of software development business Amdaris, have been recognised as business leaders to watch in this year’s LDC top most 50 ambitious business leader awards. https://ldc.co.uk/top-50/2020/
Nearshore software development
Amdaris is a nearshore software development business headquartered in Bristol with offices in Moldova, Romania, and Dubai. The business recently closed a £6m investment from BGF.
Now in its third year, The LDC Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders, supported by The Telegraph, aims to identify the exceptional leaders of UK medium-sized companies and celebrate their incredible tales of ambition, resilience, and innovation.
Recognising the leaders of high-growth businesses
The LDC awards recognise the top 50 business leaders and identify the leaders behind tomorrow’s mid-sized firms, growing innovative and resilient businesses that are making a big impact on their customers and target markets. These business leaders will be the nation’s principal job creators over the years to come, generating growth and prosperity for the British economy.
Another award for Amdaris
The LDC award follows Amdaris being awarded Scale-Up Entrepreneurs of the Year for the southwest at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and the firm has now moved to the National finals on 8th December. Amdaris was also a four-time finalist in the Digital Technology Leaders Awards run by Computing Magazine and is a 3 times finalist for the Tech South West Awards.
Vlad Nanu, CO-CEO said:
‘Andy and I are delighted to be recognised as one of the business leaders to watch. We are hugely ambitious for Amdaris and we want to thank LDC for this award but most of all to thank our clients and our fellow Amdarians for being part of this journey’