Five diverse finalists make up the Made in Britain shortlist for the 2012 Growing Business Awards.
The 2010 winner of the £50,000 Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK was announced at the Growing Business Awards last night.
That’s right folks, tonight’s the night of the Growing Business Awards! We’ll be live blogging from the event, bringing you all the news on this year’s winners, Mark Prisk’s speech and Stephen K Amos’s jokes.
The shortlist for the Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK has been announced.
Britain’s young and promising companies are just the tip of the iceberg.
Five outstanding entrepreneurs, showing versatility, creativity and sheer persistence: our Entrepreneur of the Year 2010 shortlist, supported by Coutts.
The companies on this year’s Global Outlook and Expansion shortlist span a diverse range of sectors. Meet the businesses putting down roots in foreign soil – and growing revenues as a result.
At the heart of Britain’s future growth is technology and innovation: both of these are key to running a successful growing business. Here is the Technology and Innovation Award shortlist for the 2010 Growing Business Awards.
From nice-guy accountants to a customer-friendly energy supplier and even an ironmonger, meet the businesses going the extra mile to keep their customers sweet.
From an international drinks distributor to an innovative children’s travel products firm, the five companies vying for the 2010 Young Company of the Year gong are shaking up traditional industries. Meet the UK’s future superstar businesses.
Five superstar green businesses. British growing businesses really are leading the world's green revolution.
The Young Entrepreneur of the Year category is set to wow the judges this year. From ethical bread makers and green film producers to high fashion, toy and gadget entrepreneurs; this list showcases the best of young Britain.