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Top 100 North America Red Herring 2020 Winner

18 Nov 2020
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ieso

ieso, a leader in evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy provisions and ground breaking research, is excited to announce that we are named a winner in Red Herring’s Top 100 North America. Following our success in the Europe selection earlier this year, the Top 100 North America forum celebrates ieso’s innovation and technology in the Life Sciences/BioTech sector within the North America region.

 

On selecting this year’s winners, Red Herring’s editorial team analysed hundreds of cutting-edge companies and technologies and selected those who are positioned to grow at an explosive rate.

 

The awards celebrate the continent’s most exciting and innovative private technology companies with winners spanning a variety of sectors, from FinTech to Security. Red Herring’s editors were among the first to recognise companies such as SuperCell, Alibaba, Facebook and SalesForce.com, which has shaped the way we live and work.

 

Congratulations to all winners – the full list can be viewed here: Top 100 North America Red Herring 2020 Winners.

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ieso, a leader in evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy provisions and ground breaking research, is excited to announce we are a winner in Red Herring's Top 100 North America
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