London based predictive AI startup, Olvin reaches the finals of the prestigious Lloyds bank national business awards.
London based predictive AI startup, Olvin has been shortlisted for The Artificial Intelligence Business Award at the prestigious 2020 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards. Previous winners include fitness sensation Joe Wicks, Timpson CEO James Timpson OBE, DPD UK, Hotel Chocolat, dementia newspaper Daily Sparkle and online fast fashion success story Missguided.
Olvin is an AI-powered solution focussed on predicting consumer intent. It leverages billions of real-world data points to help businesses understand what drives their customers in the real world.
The company’s founder Sam Amarani said, “We are very excited to be nominated for such a prestigious award, and it’s great to see that the industry is celebrating the huge potential that AI can have on a number of industries.”
He added, “This is an excellent opportunity for us to show how AI can help retailers get back on track after the pandemic, and it shows how predictive AI can benefit the smallest of retailers right through to larger brands and establishments. “
“When it comes to business recognition, the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards are the ones to win. They allow any successful organization to tell their story, from large private and public companies to thriving entrepreneurial businesses, promising startups and established SMEs,” said Sarah Austin, Awards Director.
“Winning a Lloyds Bank National Business Award comes with significant business benefits, including increased brand awareness and reputation among customers and partners, valuable insight into best practice and employee recognition and retention.”
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Olvin’s platform is unique for many reasons, but it excels in understanding the changing physical world. By accessing the right insights for retailers and combining this with curated data sets, our platform (Almanac) delivers smart and complex insights that are easy to understand. It focuses on using two years of historical data to inform predictive seasonality and impact assessments directly and actionably. We believe that physical retailers, product owners, and businesses need these insights to thrive in the post-pandemic world by saving costs, anticipating demand, and managing their business in a proactive way
About the National Business Awards
Open to organizations of all sizes from all sectors across the UK, the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards programme is the UK’s most prestigious independent business recognition platform, emphasizing excellence, innovation, and ethical business. Now in their 19th year, the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards connect the nation’s professionals through this annual awards ceremony, year-round thought leadership, round table and virtual events. It is Informa Markets’ flagship awards programme. Visit www.nationalbusinessawards.co.uk for further information or follow us on Twitter @businessawards.
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