enModus voted “Most Experienced Management Team”
Date posted: 12 February 2014

Chepstow, UK – 13th February 2014 – enModus, the Chepstow-based developer of Smart Home communications technology, today announced that it won the “Most Experienced Management Team” award at this year’s ISE Investor Showcase, held in Amsterdam by Go4Venture Advisers LLP.

The event’s jury panel, consisting of leading investors 360 Capital, AbVen, Beringea, Robert Bosch Venture Capital, Intel Capital, Prime Ventures, Qualcomm, Swisscom and Wellington Partners, evaluated the prticipating companies across a range of investment criteria, with a view to selecting winners in four categories.

enModus shared the Most Experienced Management Team with Automated Control Technology Partners. SoftKinetic and DISPLAX scooped the Most Promising Company and Most Innovative Company awards respectively, while LoopUp won the Best Presentation of the Day prize.

More information about the winners can be found at https://www.ise.go4venture.com/ise-investor-showcase-winners-announced/.

About enModus

Founded in 2010, enModus is a UK-based smart buildings technology company. The company’s core technology is Wattwave, a low-cost powerline communications protocol for appliances and buildings which offers unbeatable range and robustness.


Rik Temmink
VP of Products, enModus
t:  +44-1291-625567
e: rik.temmink@enmodus.com

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