The quest for Britain’s most disruptive businesses

Previous winners and members of the Everline Future 50 were selected because they are truly revolutionising the way in which we live, work and play. Whether it be a smart app or time-saving technology, each demonstrated extraordinary innovation in sectors ranging from fashion to ecommerce.

This year, Real Business and partner Everline will be inviting the Future 50 class from last year to join the academy and pick who will be included this time round. Let’s face it, no one is better at identifying disruptive businesses than disruptors themselves.

So, I guess the question here is, are you a disruptor? Whether you only set up this year or have been breaking down barriers for five, Real Business wants to hear about it.

Since being part of the Everline Future 50 last year, businesses like LOVESPACE have embarked on incredible growth – securing investment, hiring new executives and moving into new working space. Hiring Hub, set up by Sara Jones and Simon Swan, was part of the last crop and this year used equity crowdfunding to raise important growth capital. To shed further light on these two companies, we recently conducted in-depth interviews with the leaders behind them, be sure to check those out.

Is yours a disruptive early-stage business?

Nominations are open for the Everline Future 50 of 2014. If you’re a young company making waves in your industry, we want to hear from you.

The Future 50 was created by Real Business in 2011, and is supported by the disruptive digital business, Everline. The full 50 will be unveiled at a spectacular party at LSO St Luke’s on 4 March 2015, and all companies will be profiled in a special edition of Real Business. 

Do you know a young business that’s disrupting its market or creating a new market? Or are you one yourself? Get involved before it’s too late.

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