Galway based AI company Galvia has been shortlisted for Irish Times Innovation Awards

Galvia, the Galway based AI company has been announced as a finalist in the IT/Fintech of The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2022.

Leaders in their field, Galvia has been nominated for their AI-powered student engagement platform, which has been designed to safeguard the student journey in third level institutions.

John Clancy, Founder and CEO from Galvia, said:  “With hybrid learning, cost of living, the accommodation crisis, amongst other challenges, the college experience is at risk.

“Galvia’s platform allows higher education institutions to provide 24/7 student engagement at scale as well as generate insight led data to enhance decision making, ensuring the institution is best positioned to serve and encourage students through every step of their college experience. 

“Our team is always looking at ways AI technology can help us do things better in areas that matter, like education.  We are delighted to be recognised amongst our peers for the groundbreaking work we have achieved with the University of Galway in particular” added Clancy.

The Irish Times Innovation Awards aim to recognise and promote the best service, product, or operational innovations throughout the island.  The finalists were selected by an independent panel of judges to secure a place at the final and a chance to win the overall ‘Innovation of the Year’ award as well as a unique and high profile communications and advertising package worth €100,000.  Category Winners will receive a €10,000 communications package in Business+Innovation and a one year premium digital subscription to The Irish Times.

Galvia will be competing against two other finalists in their category.  The winners of the competition will be announced at an awards ceremony in Dublin on Wednesday November 9th, 2022.

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