24 August 2016

The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards has today revealed the full line-up of judges for 2016. The judging panels will determine the winners across 18 categories, and consists of over 75 leading industry professionals.  


The judging panels will welcome some of the UK's best known business leaders, advisors, investors, influencers and entrepreneurs including, David Keene, Global Sales Strategy at Google at work; Paul Chong VP and Head of System Integrators, Europe at IBM Corporation, and Founder & Managing Director of Calcom Group, Natalie Calvert. Also joining the 2016 judging panels will be Declan Curry, journalist, public speaker and conference chair; Caroline Diehl MBE, Chief Executive at The Media Trust; Kanya King MBE, Chief Executive and Founder of MOBO Organisation Ltd and Munish Datta, Head of Plan A & FM at Marks & Spencer. For a full judging lineup click here


The Lloyds Bank National Business Award winners are determined by a robust judging process. Entrants were initially judged on an entry submission, from which the highest scoring entries were put forward as finalists by a shortlist panel of judges. Finalists must now present live in September to the relevant judging panel who will determine the overall winners, to be announced at the ceremony on 15th November.


Judging at this year's Lloyds Bank National Business Awards, and a 2014 winner of the Lloyds Bank Small to Medium-sized business of the Year, Simon Duffy, Founder and Chief Executive of Bulldog Skincare said, “The National Business Awards are a key event in the business calendar and I was really excited to be asked to be a judge. I'm really looking forward to meeting all the finalists and learning more about their fantastic businesses.”