Every year, Real Business runs the Future 50 campaign – an opportunity for innovative and disruptive business owners to shout about what they do, and demonstrate how they have revolutionised their industries.
The ranking has been running every year since 2012, and alumni have gone on to become house-hold names – such as Gousto, Made.com, and Secret Escapes.
In fact, if you want to find out more about our alumni, we have recently profiled a few of the break-out stars from Future 50 campaigns throughout the years. You can read more about Wild Fizz Kombucha and Hubble by following these links.
If you think your business, or a business you know, would be a good match for these disruptors, don’t hesitate – nominate now!
NOMINATE HERE How does it work?
You can put forward any business you have come across that seems to be disrupting its industry in some way – and if you want to nominate your own business, please feel free to do so.
Nominations are free to make and should take no more than ten minutes to fill out.
Nominated businesses must be trading privately, be based in the UK and have been founded no earlier than 1 January 2013.
If a business makes the list, it will receive coverage on Real Business, a Future 50 badge for its website and inclusion into an exclusive alumnus.
Entries close on 28 February, so you’ve still got time – but make sure to get nominations in by the closing date.
Once the full list of nominees has been received, it will be put to a panel of Future 50 alumni to judge which businesses are the most disruptive.
We welcome businesses from the length and breadth of the UK, and remember – it doesn’t matter how well established the business is, we’re looking for the idea at the core of the business, and its potential for scale.
The Future 50 campaign is a great was for businesses doing amazing things to shout about the great work they are doing, and spread the word – we can’t wait to receive all of your entries, they never fail to disappoint.
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