University of Warwick Innovation Centre-based Px3 has been recognised as one of the best in the business after being named as a finalist in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

Px3 is an independent sustainability consultancy on a mission to remove the equivalent GHG impact of driving 100,000 cars every year from our atmosphere by 2050 via the diffusion of sustainable IT. Px3 provides unique carbon footprint analysis to help companies reduce their impact on the planet and plan their Net Zero strategies. Focusing on the use of information technology, using their data modelling to show its greenhouse gas emissions from a number of perspectives including which devices or locations are the most polluting.

We talked with Justin and Ewen from Px3 about how they provide unique and accurate carbon footprint analysis to help companies reduce their impact on the planet and plan their Net Zero strategies.

Watch the interview below:

About Px3

Based on CEO Justin Sutton-Parker’s PhD research overseen by the University of Warwick and Warwick Business School, Px3 scientifically benchmark products and services and provide “what if” analysis to show the impact of changes such as using devices for longer, or switching to lower-energy solutions and advise on how IT can be used to reduce emissions by cutting business travel and commuting. Px3‘s customers range from many of the world’s largest technology companies, multi-nationals and central government departments to UK charities, universities and local authorities.

Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2022

Px3‘s founders Justin Sutton-Parker and Ewen Anderson are two of the shortlisted business leaders from across the nation to have been selected out of over 5,300 entrants – the most the awards has ever had. The Great British Entrepreneur Awards, in partnership with Starling Bank, acknowledges and champions the hard work and uplifting stories of business owners across the UK, with an emphasis on their journey and resilience over financial achievements.

Twelve awards will be given out per region for categories including Disruptor of the Year, Entrepreneur for Good Award, and the Great British Entrepreneur of the Year. Notable winners from previous years include Social Chain founder Steven Bartlett, who went on to become the youngest ever investor on BBC’s Dragon’s Den.

Ewen Anderson, CIO at Px3 said: “Being recognised in the sustainability category for these awards is really important to us. As a company we seek to promote solutions and ways of working which reduce the impact of the world of work on the environment. We believe that Green IT can be great IT – and anything that helps us get that message to a wider audience is good news.”

The winners will be announced at a Grand Final, held at the Grosvenor Hotel in London on 21st November.

This year is the 10th anniversary of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. The alumni has collectively generated over £30 billion in revenue and employed more than 450,000 people.

Founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, Francesca James, said: “The quality of this year’s entrants exemplified the strength of entrepreneurship across the UK. The quality of applications is consistently excellent year on year, but we have been especially blown away by the innovation, drive and determination demonstrated this year. Shortlisting from so many inspiring contenders has been more challenging than ever, with many deserving cases put forward and an ever-growing business community thriving across the country.

“From the pandemic to the ongoing cost of living crisis, business owners haven’t had it easy over the past few years, but it’s a testament to the tenacity and perseverance of these entrepreneurs that they have continued on their path and refused to give in.

“This year’s finalists should be so proud of what they’ve already achieved both in business and in being shortlisted for an award – we’re looking forward to seeing everyone at the Finals and unveiling the winners!”

Anne Boden MBE, Founder of Starling Bank, headline partner of the Awards, said: “Congratulations to all those businesses who have made the shortlist. It’s great to see the passion, resilience and amazing ingenuity from entrepreneurs across so many categories.”

For the full list of finalists, visit:

Visit the Px3 website here:

To contact Px3 please email: