Who won at the 2021 Great British Entrepreneur Awards?

Who won at the 2021 Great British Entrepreneur Awards?

Who won at the 2021 Great British Entrepreneur Awards?

Industry Insights

By Donna O’Toole

A SHOWCASE OF THE FINEST BRITISH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

It was fantastic to be able to celebrate all the remarkable achievements from our talented and inspirational entrepreneurs at the 2021 Great British Entrepreneur Awards in London.

Hosted by Oli Barrett MBE and Wynne Evans (of GoCompare fame) at The Grosvenor House Hotel, this event brought together 1,200 entrepreneurs, business leaders and awards industry professionals for a star-studded celebration of entrepreneurial excellence that saw 159 businesspeople recognised for their achievements.

Many congratulations go to Francesca James and her team for organising an exceptional event that will live long in the memory.

Hugely successful entrepreneur and founder of Social Chain, Steven Bartlett – the newest (and youngest) Dragon – was a guest speaker, and was on hand to provide invaluable advice to inspire those in attendance.

A total of up to eight regional winners were chosen for each of the 17 categories. Here’s a summary of who came home victorious:

Creative Industries Entrepreneur of the Year:
Mike & Alison Battle | Lapland UK (London & East of England)
Helen Routledge | Totem Learning (Midlands)
Claire Knight & Antonio Bachini | The Traveller and The Bear (North East)
Zoe Glencross | Zoe Glencross (North West)
Emma & Fergus Macdonald | The Tartan Blanket Co. (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Jade Sammour | Dainty London Jewellery (South East)
Jonny Williams | BoomBocs (South West)
Jen Danger Harding | Danger Doodles (Wales)

Disruptor of the Year:
Rob Bridgman | Snug (London & East of England)
Mark Smith | TruInvest (Midlands)
Joshua Gill | Everflow (North East)
Gary Gallen | rradar (North West)
Jonathan Waggott | Angel Guard (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Constantine Karampatsos & Verity Batchelder | GoodLife Sorted (South East)
Charles Taylor, Johann Farhan & Joe Galliford | Sina Medical Technology
William Sachiti | Academy of Robotics (Wales)

Entrepreneur for Good Award:
Nate Macabuag | Koalaa (London & East of England)
Gavin Mullaley & Dean Starr | Cornerstone Partnership (Midlands)
Chris Quickfall | Cognassist (North East)
Chelsea Slater & Jo Morfee | Innovate Her (North West)
Ruari Fairbairns | One Year No Beer (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Keisha Ehigie | Imagine Me Stories (South East)
Jen Baughan | Solutions for the Planet (South West)
Mark Williams | LIMB-Art (Wales)

Entrepreneurial Spirit Award:
Henry Faber & Walter Kerr | Oppidan Education (London & East of England)
Lorri Delahunty | VEGAN Happy Clothing (Midlands)
Charlotte Windebank | FIRST (North East)
Ben Pearson | BigClothing4U (North West)
Melanie Auld | Spice Pots (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Sanjay Lobo | onHand (South East)
Teresa Swinton | Paradigm Human Performance (South West)
Adele Pember | Dog Furiendly (Wales)

Family Business Entrepreneur of the Year:
Howard & Vivien Wong | Little Moons (London & East of England)
Paul Curtis | The Zeus Group (Midlands)
Helen Johnson & Matt Goddard | Decorating Centre (North East)
Claire Watkin | The Fine Bedding Company (North West)
David & Lou Rundle | Blue Star St Andrews (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Khatuna McDermott | Red Edge Concept (South East)
Olly, Max & Josh Kohn | The Jolly Hog (South West)
Ross Jones & Rachel Lyndon-Jones | Ouma (Wales)

Fashion & Beauty Entrepreneur of the Year:
Anna Brightman | UpCircle (London & East of England)
Oyinkansola Adebayo | Niyo Hair & Beauty (Midlands)
Kassi Emadi | Nuddy (North East)
Jimmy Hill | Hairbust (North West)
Fraser Angus & Daniel Morris | Lola’s Cosmetics (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Priya Downes | Nueda (South East)
Jezz Skelton | Abbott Lyon (South West)

Food & Drink Entrepreneur of the Year:
Harriet Hastings | Biscuiteers (London & East of England)
Jacob Watts, Max Poynton & Matthew Bond | Project D (Midlands)
Liam Manton & Mark Smallwood | Didsbury Gin (North West)
Sabine Klaus-Carter | Calvin’s Free-From Foods (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Stuart MacDonald | ManiLife (South East)
Ellie Webb | Caleno Drinks (South West)
Scott Davies | Hilltop (Wales)

Foreign Innovation Awards:
Lynn Erasmus (Lynn Erasmus Ltd)

Health & Wellbeing Entrepreneur of the Year:
Katherine Pither | Yogi Bare (London & East of England)
Maxine Laceby | Absolute Collage (Midlands)
Victoria Burnip | Unforgettable Experience (North East)
Lloyd Pearce | Trio Healthcare (North West)
Simas Jarasunas | Brite Drinks (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Gordon Lott | Dr. Vegan (South East)
Katie Brindle | Hayo’u (South East)
Benjamin & Marc Shipman | The GO2 Brand (Wales)

Made in the UK Award:
Sarah Simons & Sarah Purse | British Baby Box (London & East of England)
Rose Ovensehi | Flora + Curl (Midlands)
Helen Robinson | Féerie Telle (North East)
Brant Richard & Ed Oxley | HebTroCo (North West)
Genevieve Smart | Genevieve Sweeney (South East)
Shane Darwin | Mucky Nutz (South West)
Callum Griffiths | Clydach Farm Group (Wales)

Pivot Entrepreneur of the Year:
Elizabeth Tweedale | Cypher Coding (London & East of England)
Ewan Jones & George Dyer | Protective Sportswear (Midlands)
Erin Graybill | Luxe England (North East)
Shay O’Carroll, Shaz Sulaman, Andy Sands & Rob Hilton | PixelMax (North West)
James Eagle | The Pished Fish (South East)
Ozi Maden | Ozi Lala Levantine Street Food (South West)
Michael Beck, Craig Lomax, Sean Thomas & Michael George | Reworking

Scale-Up Entrepreneur of the Year:
Philip Belamant | Zilch (London & East of England)
Rob Stone | Instaloft (Midlands)
Jack Sutcliffe & Simon Hobson | Powersheds (North West)
Danny Campbell | HOKO Design (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Timothy Brownstone | Kymira (South East)
Cas Paton | OnBuy.com (South West)
Darren Briggs | Ascona Group Holdings (Wales)

Service Industries Entrepreneur of the Year:
Jon Hulme & John Burke | Craft Gin Club (London & East of England)
Kamran Saleem | Motoserv UK (Midlands)
Samantha Read | APM Cleaning (North East)
Lee Chambers | Essentialise (North West)
Paul Hargreaves | Cotswold Fayre (South East)
Ross McCaw | Our People
Darren Briggs | Ascona Group Holdings (Wales)

Small Business Entrepreneur of the Year:
Andrew Jervis | ClickMechanic (London & East of England)
Shailendra Singh | Cellomatics Bioscience (Midlands)
Wayne Spriggs | Lusso Stone (North East)
Nicky Story | Supplies for Candles and The Soap Kitchen (North West)
Rosemary Eribé | ERIBE KNITWEAR (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Pam Gruhn | Frenchic Paint (South East)
Kirsty Passmore | Rock Pool Life CIC (South West)
Rhys King | RGifts (Wales)

Start-up Entrepreneur of the Year:
Maria Rodriguez | Kind Bag (London & East of England)
Claire Ransom | Lazy Flora (Midlands)
Mike Davies | Haystack (North East)
Nick Redford | Zest Food Partners (North West)
Katrina Hutchinson O’Neill | Join Talent (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Natalie Ward | Latched (South East)
Matt Dyson & Nick Webb | Rockit (South West)
Claire Copeman | Adventure Tours UK (Wales)

Sustainability Entrepreneur of the Year:
Eve Kehkeh | Bundlee (London & East of England)
David Hanney & Nick Smith | Alpkit (Midlands)
Cecily Handerson & Katherine Rhodes | PomPom (North East)
Morten Toft Bech | Meatless Farm (North West)
Emma & Fergus Macdonald | The Tartan Blanket Co (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Kathryn Jonas | Wild + Stone (South East)
Tom Carr & Richard Pearce | Verto Homes (South West)
Geryn Evans | Project Blu (Wales)

Young Entrepreneur:
Krissy Cela | Tone + Sculpt (London & East of England)
Ben Amanna | Boxraw (Midlands)
Jonathan Grubin | SoPost (North East)
Sam Teale | Sam Teale Productions (North West)
Jack Francis | Pogo Studio (Scotland & Northern Ireland)
Victoria Poon | Alpaca Coffee (South East)
Keely Cat-Wells | C Talent (South West)
Joseph Ward | Smallspark Space Systems (Wales)

Finally, it was time to award the coveted Great British Entrepreneur of the Year, which went to the founder of Zilch, Philip Belamant, who moved to the UK from South Africa in 2018 to set up his new business. Fast forward three years and Zilch is valued at a staggering $2billion.

We were thrilled to celebrate the success of our amazing friends and clients who were shortlisted and winners across the categories, and who shone like the superstars they are amongst the absolute best in the UK.

Special mention must go to 11-year-old Ben O’Connor, who was comfortably the youngest entrepreneur to make the finals, and enjoyed his moment on stage with Wynne Evans and Oli Barrett MBE – an occasion he will never forget.

Read more about the Great British Entrepreneur Awards here.

 

FREE AWARDS STRATEGY GUIDANCE

If you would like to increase your chances of success at upcoming awards – so you can be a future award-winner like all of those above – we recommend attending our next Awards Strategy session, where you will benefit from a wealth of useful tips and pointers about how to pick the awards you could win and build an effective awards strategy for your business.

Click here to secure your FREE place on our next session.

 

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How Coronavirus is Affecting the Awards Industry

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How Coronavirus is Affecting the Awards Industry

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These last few weeks have been totally surreal.

Last year, when the awards industry was planning its 2020 calendar of events, it did not expect to be re-planning them just a few months later, in possibly the most challenging circumstances any of us have ever known.

So naturally, after getting past the initial shock of the arrival of COVID-19 into our lives, and making all the necessary checks on our families, friends, colleagues, customers and connections. And after giving huge thanks for the incredible heroes looking after us all on the front line of hospitals, schools, shops and more, our conversations have turned to business.

The most popular business question I have answered all week is without doubt:

“So what’s happening in the awards industry?”

And my answer has been simple.

“The show must go on!”

Because that’s exactly what I’ve been told by awards organisers around the world. And my goodness they are rising to the challenge!

But before I give you the industry insights, and feedback from some of our most beloved awards programmes, I need to be clear about something.

Awards are NOT about shiny trophies, sparkly dresses, and penguin suits.

Awards are about PEOPLE.

  • The thousands of people who work in awards teams to deliver exciting, engaging awards programmes to recognise the best businesses and individuals across every industry.
  • The thousands of people who work in hospitality and events day and night to create and implement the spectacular ceremonies that bring your teams together.
  • The thousands of people who apply their expertise to every single awards programme with lighting, music, sound, and film as well as the artistes who entertain us.
  • The thousands of people who spend their ‘spare’ time judging your award entries and pouring over the tiniest details to find the right winners.
  • The thousands of people who work in awards, marketing, and PR agencies to support businesses and individuals to raise their profile through winning awards.
  • And the thousands upon thousands of people who work so hard every year in their businesses, departments, and teams to deliver the projects that are so worthy of awards recognition.

ALL these people matter to the awards industry.

And right now, they are ALL pulling together to do quite literally everything in their power to bring you the best awards you will ever experience. Despite the challenges.

Why?

Because we, the industry, are passionate about our purpose.

We are proud of our people and our skills.

And we are positive that we can help you to come through this incredibly difficult time with a stronger brand and a higher profile than ever before, so that you can move into the coming years with all the power you need to succeed.

We know the value that professional, credible recognition will bring to your business. We see the millions of pounds of business that happen at every awards ceremony. We experience the incredible partnerships and friendships made at the events. And we feel the power and energy that recognition gives to YOUR people and YOUR brands.

Right then…so what IS happening in the awards industry?

Adaption. Adoption. Innovation. That’s what.

The awards ceremonies due to take place over the next few months are either adapting and moving their ceremony to a later date, or they are adopting new technologies and innovating to take their celebrations online.

So there is no need for you to miss out on a single trophy, and you might even find that you end up with more time to prepare, and more valuable digital assets to promote you than ever before!

Remember, awards look BACK at what you have already achieved – so you can take advantage of this and use your growth from the last few years to help you get some positive PR for the years ahead.

We’ll also be setting up our training online so you’ll be able to use your time wisely to upskill and prepare for your next award entries very soon too.

Personally, my hopes for when we come through this, are that we will have grown as people, supported each other, innovated for good, and that the awards industry will be recognising people and brands for their incredible and heroic behaviour, resilience, partnerships, collaborations, crisis management and above all else, kindness.

Stay strong. Stay safe.

Together we will win.

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Strengthening Your Brand During a Crisis

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Strengthening Your Brand During a Crisis

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By Donna O’Toole

In the midst of a global crisis, this morning I picked up the paper and look what fell out…

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A Saga brochure advertising the company’s “Award-Winning” boutique cruises.

At a time when we all face personal and professional uncertainty, when we are all thinking about the health and safety of our family and friends, and when we quite literally don’t know what our next business steps will be, there it was…Saga’s battle plan.

We have all been hit by the same overwhelming problem, and the travel sector is one industry amongst many that has been thrust into utter turmoil by Covid-19.

Cruises have suffered hugely from the impact and publicity given to outbreaks on board. And the over-50s ‘Saga’ market are the exact people we are being told to tuck away until it’s safe to come out again.

So why on earth are Saga ploughing their resources into beautiful awards-laden brochures that shout about what a great cruise holiday choice they are?

Because they are a very good example of a resilient, resourceful, trustworthy brand, that’s why!

Saga built its brand on “trust, quality, dependability and value for older people”. And in response to the crisis, they are putting themselves in the spotlight to prove that this is EXACTLY what they STILL are!

This is a smart and absolutely necessary marketing strategy because it not only reassures existing customers, it will attract new ones.

The brochure shows beautiful images of cruises. A money-back guarantee. And reassuring, tempting, values-driven messaging that showcases a safe, relaxing, enjoyable holiday. Perfect!

And the awards they show in the brochure are up to date, relevant, and highly regarded so they bring real value and credibility, and are HUGELY reassuring for their customers and contacts.

Well done Saga. We’re all right behind you.

WHAT’S THIS GOT TO DO WITH YOU?

This is a pivotal moment for all sectors, not just the travel industry. And sadly only the most crisis-resilient brands will be able to keep fighting for their place at the top of their sector.

Back in January I shared a blog that showed how the brands who pulled back on their marketing during the financial recessions of the last 100 years were overtaken by the successful brands who were brave enough to shift gears and keep going during the crisis. And I explained how once life was all back to normal, the ones who had waited, had effectively handed over their top spot as the market leader.

AND I DON’T WANT THAT TO HAPPEN TO YOU

This will be one of the most challenging business times of our lives. So as soon as you can, you need to start strengthening your brand by sticking to your marketing strategy and boosting your brand presence as much as you can.

One of the quickest and most effective ways to do this is by winning the best awards you possibly can NOW.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO WIN

The vast majority of business awards will be taking in entries over the next few months, but their ceremonies are not until the autumn or beyond.

In the meantime, many awards organisers have also told me of their contingency plans to go ‘virtual’ or to adapt events that are coming up. So there is no need for you to miss out on a trophy. Here’s a few insights that might help too:

  1. Awards will help to keep your team’s morale up, show them you value their hard work, and give them something POSITIVE to focus on to keep them motivated, engaged and reassured through tough times.
  2. Awards that look at your financial performance will examine your growth in the last 1-3 years (typically). Now in the next few months could take a dip, but that won’t be relevant to your 2020 award entries because awards look BACK to what you’ve already achieved when scoring points! So MAXIMISE the awards you can enter now, don’t leave it until next year when a dip in 2020 could stop you from winning. (I know that sounds harsh, but it’s true. There will be other brands you’ll compete against next year who avoided a dip, and even grew during this period – like the companies making hand sanitizer, soap, loo roll, and digital tools!)
  3. Your existing customers, partners and suppliers NEED to hear some good news from you to feel reassured and stay faithful! Becoming an awards finalist, and later, a winner will keep raising your profile and boosting your marketing and PR messages.
  4. New customers need extra confidence to buy from you, so show them you are credible with as many CURRENT awards badges as you can. I can guarantee your competitors will be promoting themselves heavily, so don’t just sit back and let them take all the business because their awards wins are more up-to-date than yours.
  5. All’s fair in love and war – and awards (well, the ones we work with anyway) and frankly, logic says that if everyone else is too busy to enter – your chances of winning will only go up! Take advantage of the fact that your competition could be too distracted to enter and get focused on your award entries so you increase your likelihood of success.

We are already set up for flexible working so we’ve left the office for a little while, but this is your opportunity to book a FREE ZOOM MEETING to chat through your situation, see if there are any awards out there you could be winning, and find out what you need to do to keep your brand strong during the coming year.

And even if you’re not sure about awards and just want to chat to someone who will be positive, give you hope, and a bit of inspiration, I’m very happy to hop on a call with you too. No strings. No obligation. Just a bit of business support from one person to another. Because right now, we all need to do everything we can to keep each other’s businesses thriving. It’s all hands on deck until this particular saga sails into the sunset.

Stay strong. Stay safe. Together we will win.

With my warmest wishes,

Donna

Ps. We’re moving our unique awards training programme into a series of live-learning events you can join from home to get you winning too. These will have a limited attendance for each masterclass so let me know if you’re interested and I’ll make sure we send you the details first.

Pps. And when this is all over, let me show you how your strength and survival can help you to win some excellent Business Resilience Awards. You got this!

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The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2020

The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2020

The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2020

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By Donna O’Toole

The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards are open for 2020!

These are one of the most prestigious business awards in the UK. They provide a national platform for you to share your success story.

And with media partners including Business Matters Magazine, The i, The Scotsman and The Yorkshire Post, the PR opportunities are incredible and not to be missed!

We have supported entrants to win year-on-year and for the second year running we have been chosen as the awards official entry partner.

So if you are headquartered in the UK and have a great success story, these are the awards to win!

AWARD CATEGORIES

The Lloyds Bank Exporter of the Year Award
The Lloyds Bank Mid-Market Business of the Year Award
The Lloyds Bank New Business of the Year Award
The Lloyds Bank Small to Medium-Sized Business of the Year Award
The Lloyds Bank Positive Social Impact Award
The Inflexion Entrepreneur of the Year Award
The Data Excellence Award
The Give a Grad a Go Employer of the Year Award
The Castle Corporate Finance Scale-Up Business of the Year Award
The LDC Growth Through Innovation Award
The Virgin Atlantic Customer Experience & Loyalty Award
The Artificial Intelligence Award
The Business Enabler of the Year Award
The New Entrepreneur of the Year Award
The Leader of the Year Award

HOW TO ENTER

The first stage is to submit your award-winning written entry; early-bird deadline 24 April 2020 and the final deadline is 5 June 2020.

And on the 27 March 2020 we will be hosting a ‘How to Write a Winning National Business Award Entry’ webinar. The webinar is free and you can click here to sign up.

The shortlist will be announced the 14 July 2020. Finalists will then be asked to present to a panel of judges in September 2020.

EXCLUSIVE AWARDS SUPPORT

We have no view or influence on the judging process. But we do have years of experience in crafting winning entries and we know what catches the judges’ attention.

Our support for the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards is highly limited.

We only work with one organisation per category.

So if you would like our support to win get in touch today to secure your preferred category.

And we will see you at the glamourous awards ceremony in London on the 10 November 2020!

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International Women’s Day 2020

International Women’s Day 2020

International Women’s Day 2020

International Women’s Day

By Donna O’Toole

International Women’s Day is recognised globally.

It is a day to celebrate women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements. It also serves as an annual call to action for gender parity.

The world may be slowly moving toward equality, but there is still a lot to do

WOMEN LEADERS

One positive trend is the number of women in leadership roles,

  • From 2018 to 2019 the number of women on FTSE 100 boards increased from 29% to 32%
  • 38.9% of FTSE 100 NEDs are women – the most ever recorded
  • From 2018 to 2019, the number of women on FTSE 250 boards increased from 23.7% to 27.3%
  • There are only 3 all-male FTSE 250 boards remaining
  • 32.8% of FTSE 250 NEDs are women.

Source: Cranfield School of Management, The Female FTSE Report 2019

Source: World Economic Forum, The Global Gender Gap Report, 2020

Source: World Economic Forum, The Global Gender Gap Report, 2020

Having women on the board and as business leaders is hugely important.

Women leaders are role models for others to look up to and be inspired to succeed.

And that’s why we celebrate International Women’s Day by encouraging women to put themselves forward and to win awards!

WOMEN IN BUSINESS AWARDS

Winning awards as a business leader or entrepreneur will boost your profile, improve your personal brand and position you at the forefront of your industry!

There are hundreds of awards that specifically recognise women, including;

BEYOUROWN Women in Business Awards

Women in Defence Awards

Women of the Year Awards

The WISE Awards (Women in Science Technology & Engineering)

Computer Weekly 50 Most Influential Women in UK Technology

Stevie Awards for Women in Business

TechWomen 100 Awards

Inspirational Business Women in STEM Awards

But you don’t have to enter awards only for women.

There are lots of entrepreneur and business leader awards open to everyone, where every candidate is judged based solely on their achievements. You can find a list here.

HOW TO WIN AWARDS

So whether you are a businesswoman ready to grow your profile or you know a leading lady who deserves recognition for her achievements, the time to start winning is NOW!

And we’re here to help.

Helping individuals win is something we’re incredibly proud of. If you need some support please get in touch and we can give you the very best chance of winning.

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