The presenters of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards have announced over 100 finalists who are competing for recognition at its Gala Final, which takes place 22 November in London.
The awards “celebrate entrepreneurs who embody a spirit of disruption, innovation, and enterprise” from multiple industries across 20 awards categories.
Nick James, Founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, said: "This year we have yet again enjoyed an increase in the amount of entries for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, and every single category is fiercely contested. There is no doubt that entrepreneurialism is alive and well in the UK despite any uncertainty over Brexit”.
Launched in 2012, the Great British Entrepreneur Awards have since received over 1800 applications, and honored over 60 individuals and companies as winners.
The Awards are produced by the publishers of Fresh Business Thinking and organisers of the Entrepreneur Wales Awards.
Awards sponsors include NatWest, Kingston Smith, Canfield School of Management, FedEx, De Broc School of Business, Exact, Carbon Law Partners, Leadership Challenges, S3 Advertising, and BMW Mini.
To see the full list and for more info, see the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.