(GLASGOW)

Making beer from unwanted morning rolls is clearly the work of a genius. And the upcoming Global Game Changers awards in Glasgow has selected the company behind the innovation as a finalist in the circular breakthrough category.

The inaugural awards, created by Innovators Magazine and the Herald Scotland, is a celebration of the innovation economy and its contribution to developing sustainable ecosystems.

Jaw Brew, the Glasgow beer maker working miracles with bread, is one of those in contention for the circular economy gong, along with biotech companies Celtic Renewables and 3f bio; and energy engineering firm Synergie Environ.

Tickets for the ceremony, which will take place on 13 September at the Glasgow Science Centre, are on sale now.

Finalists in full

Collaboration for change (Sponsored by Bond Dickinson)

Opening Educational Practices Scotland 

TEV Project/Newcastle University collaboration

Thales UK, CENSIS, University of West of Scotland

University of Glasgow

Women in Innovation (Sponsored by BAE Systems)

Caroline Jones Carrick

Dr Holly Butler

Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris

Victoria Hamilton

Innovating in Stem Education/Training (Sponsored by City of Glasgow College)

Ayrshire College

Edinburgh College

Glasgow Clyde College

University of Strathclyde

West College Scotland 

Circular breakthrough

3f bio Ltd

Celtic Renewables Ltd

Jaw Brew

Synergie Environ Ltd

Breaking the Mould: Empowering Intrapreneurship

Arabesque

EIS Waste Services Ltd

KCP Environmental Solutions Ltd

SmartGreenCharge 1st renewable Electric Station by Smart Green Batteries EV Chargers & Sol

Start-Up and Share

Arabesque

EnteroBiotix

Find a Player

Corporates For Good

Clearwater Controls Limited

Star Renewable Energy (SRE)

Young Pioneers 

James McIlroy

Victoria Hamilton