A disabled man who set up a company making wheelchairs because he was frustrated with the lack of choice available to users has won an award.
Mark Owen and his brother Jon established Nomad in Ciliau Aeron, near Lampeter, just six months ago.
The pair scooped a Design Management Europe (DME) prize, beating companies from France, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium.
It is believed to be the first mobility company to scoop a DME award.
The brothers picked up the award at a ceremony in Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, after winning the "first time design project" category for their wheelchairs.
Mark Owen, a wheelchair user, started Nomad with his brother in response to over a decade of "feeling frustrated by the choice of wheelchairs available to the market".
Nomad make bespoke, lightweight wheelchairs
Company director Jon Owen said: "Even to be judged against such strong mainstream and lifestyle companies is a huge compliment."
Mark Owen started using a wheelchair after a road accident in 1996 left him paralysed from the chest down, and with the use of only his right arm.