Chorley company hopes to scoop hat-trick at Lancashire business awards

Digital health company, Redmoor Health, who are based at Chorley Council’s Strawberry Fields Digital Hub on Euxton Lane are looking to clinch the triple crown at the county’s Be Inspired Business Awards (BIBA).

The company, which has also been supported by Lancashire’s Boost programme as well as Lancashire University’s Health Innovation Campus, has been shortlisted in the Innovative Business, Family Business and Small Business categories.

This comes just weeks after the Chorley firm won the digital business award at the Red Rose Awards.

Alison Schmid, Director, said: “This is great news for us, and we are honoured to be finalists alongside the other great companies in these categories.

Alison and Marc Schmid of Redmoor Health in Chorley which is up for three awards at the BIBA awards

"We are doing fantastic work across the country with NHS and local government teams, and it is great that the judges have recognised this.”

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The £8.4m Strawberry Fields Digital Hub opened its doors in Autumn 2019 offering a range of fixed office space, flexible hot desks and meeting rooms.

It is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and managed by Chorley Council.

Strawberry Fields Digital Hub in Chorley where Redmoor Health is based

Leader of Chorley Council, Councillor Alistair Bradley added: “It is great to see another Chorley business doing so well.

"We are delighted that Redmoor Health is proud to be part of the Chorley business community and that their work extends way beyond the Chorley boundary placing us at the heart of health tech innovation in the UK.”

The winners of the BIBA 2022 Awards will be announced on Friday, September 16, at an awards ceremony held at the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool.