The Lloyds Bank - National Business Awards UK 2017  



  • Offshore options

    13 Aug 2013

    Which of the variety of offshore business models is the best for your business?

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  • Michael Fallon, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise in the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills answers questions from the National Business Awards alumni. The National Business Awards, the UK’s most prestigious independent business recognition platform invited former winners and finalists, to ask about the issues affecting their organisations.

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  • The National Business Awards has partnered with Liverpool Vision to support Accelerate 2013 – a festival dedicated to the country’s high-growth firms and the follow up to last year’s Global Entrepreneurship Congress.

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  • Clive Lewis, Head of Enterprise at the ICAEW, highlights some alternative sources of start-up finance

    For those start-ups that have exhausted personal savings, credit cards and family and friends, here are some sources of funding to consider…

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  • Ambition beyond profit

    13 Jun 2013 by: Alex Evans, Programme Director, National Business Awards

    Does your organisation look beyond the bottom line to its impact on society? Are you seeing a return on investment in ‘human capital’?

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  • Sir David McMurtry, the inventor who has been at the helm of Renishaw for 40 years will be presented with the Daily Telegraph Award for a Decade of Business Excellence at the 2013 National Business Awards. 

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  • *Are Entrepreneurs the Real Barrier to Growth?*

    *Cranfield School of Management is Official Research Partner for the National Business Awards*

    *National Business Awards seeking UK’s best leaders - deadline extended to 31st May 2013*

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  • Award-winning firms from across the South West gathered to share insights on how to create industry-leading products and services 

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  • Prizing talent above all else

    03 May 2013 by: Alex Evans, Programme Director, National Business Awards

    New awards recognise excellence in employee engagement while helping to attract talent.

    Asked why they had entered the National Business Awards in 2012, the majority of finalists said they wanted a high profile, credible endorsement to attract talent, boost morale and instil trust in their customers.

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  • In this day and age, money is tight and a strong digital presence can make your physical presence seem less critical: but face-to-face meeting still has that special edge when building trust - and face-to-face meeting is what exhibitions and conferences are all about, writes Clive Lewis ICAEW Head of Enterprise.

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  • Innovation is like exercise; everyone agrees that it’s something we should all do but some people are much fitter than others. With UK plc’s economic health reliant on an injection of good innovation, the National Business Awards is hosting an event in May to gather together those leading and enabling innovation in the public, private and third sectors.   

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  • How much does a bad idea cost?

    17 Apr 2013 by: Alex Evans, Programme Director, National Business Awards

    There is nothing more damaging to a business than investment in a poorly conceived idea; or more tragic than a good idea that’s poorly executed. Beyond the wasted effort, enthusiasm and money it casts doubt over your firm’s ability to make good things happen.

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