James Rudolf recognised at annual Welsh Institute of Directors Awards.
The Chief Operating Officer of TrakCel is “extremely proud” to have been named as ‘International Director of the year’ at this year’s Welsh Institute of Directors Awards.
James Rudolf, who has been with the TrakCel since 2016 was nominated in recognition of the company’s international impact, with an increasing number of personalised therapy companies across North America and Europe adopting TrakCel’s supply chain orchestration software.
TrakCel has witnessed rapid growth over the last 12 months with business highlights including 300% growth, expansion into additional premises and surpassing 100 staff from its Cardiff–based offices.
Speaking of the award, James commented:
“I was delighted to pick up this award and honoured to be around so many inspirational directors..
“The last few years have been phenomenal in terms of business success and subsequent growth at TrakCel, but this success is down to the whole team.
“We have huge aspirations to grow our business globally but in order to do so, we need to increase our workforce in Wales.
“We’re proud of the fact that we are helping to bring truly life-changing products to the market through our innovative software, and we hope that others will be attracted to our story and our journey.”
Both Liam Fox, Secretary of State for International Trade & President of the Board of Trade and Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns attended the prestigious awards at Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens and recognised the success of inspiring and pioneering business leaders in Wales.
Dr. Fox encouraged attendees to be optimistic about the future of Welsh businesses because of their underlying strengths and contribution to Wales’ bright trading future.
The awards, now in their ninth year, have become an established highlight on the Welsh business calendar and celebrate business achievements and inspirational leaders across Wales while bringing all sectors of the business community together, irrespective of size, geography and longevity.
Robert Lloyd Griffiths, Director IoD Wales said: “I am delighted that The Secretaries of State for International Trade and for Wales were able to support us at our awards celebration. Businesses across Wales are making huge efforts to contribute to the economy and our members continue to make a positive impact in Wales, the UK and on the global stage. The Institute of Directors (IoD) Wales Awards recognise the very best talent and achievements of Directors and we are confident that great Directors mean great businesses which ultimately means a better economy.
“Sincere thanks to all those who entered and sponsored this afternoon’s awards which were a celebration of exemplary leadership, which was showcased here to an incredible extent.”