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  • *Bt Group, Premiership Rugby And Crown Paints Ltd Amongst The Victors *
    *Carolyn McCall OBE named Ashridge Business School Leader of the Year*
    *Tony Pidgley CBE awarded Lloyds Bank Excellence in Business*
    *Special guest appearance from rugby legend Jonah Lomu*
    * Buzz Aldrin headline speaker of the evening*

     

  • After seeing many people on low calorie diets and meal replacements, nutritional expert Joe Wicks and his business partner Ben Smith set out to change people’s lives forever. Joe created a plan to edu ...
  • Innovation and staff engagement are key aspects that drive Crown Paints’ ongoing sustainability strategy
  • Joe Carnell, Founder of üGOT can be described by most as a "painstaking perfectionist". After leaving school at 19, Joe dived straight into the world of business with top marketing company 'Creative J ...
  • European uncertainty challenges SMEs

    29 Oct 2015 Guy Rigby, Head of Entrepreneurial Services, Smith & Williamson

    “Nearly one third of UK SMEs which responded to Smith & Williamson’s quarterly Enterprise Index survey have delayed their investment plans following problems in Greece and subsequent uncertainty in Europe,” says Guy Rigby, head of entrepreneurial services at Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and tax group.

  • University of Exeter graduate Ed Vickers came up with the idea for his “more than profit” social enterprise whilst volunteering at Crosslines Homeless Charity in Exeter. Following requests for spare s ...
  • The 2015 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards Ashridge Business School Leader of the Year finalists have been revealed as Sebastian James, Chief Executive of Dixons Carphone; David Mobbs, Chief Executive of Nuffield Health; Carolyn McCall OBE, Chief Executive of Easyjet; Ray Kelvin CBE, Founder and Chief Executive of Ted Baker and Gavin Patterson, Chief Executive of BT Group.

  • Luminus Group, a not-for-profit housing provider is passionate about developing and investing in all their members of staff. 
  • After spotting a niche in the market for software to ease the administrative burden on childcare staff in nursery settings, the team at Connect Childcare are now making a real difference to the lives of pre-school children globally.
  • In the world of nutrition, DNAFit spells an end to the one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition and exercise by creating bespoke genetically guided nutrition and training programmes
  • A long standing partnership between Fifteen Digital and their client, Mercian, sparked a collaborative and inspired idea leading to the creation of a Agritech solution which has revolutionised both bu ...
  • With the Rugby World Cup approaching, Premiership Rugby used the moment to create a social legacy. 
  • IKEA are firm believers of sustainability and rather than treating it as a luxury, IKEA view sustainability as a way of life
  • Smith & Williamson catches up with David Spencer-Percival, co-founder of Spencer Ogden, a global energy recruitment specialist and 2013 winner of the Smith & Williamson Entrepreneur of the Year award at the National Business Awards. He tells us what’s been happening in his business since he won the award and what sets his company apart from the competition.

  • With little knowledge of ecommerce, Colin Stevens’ entrepreneurial journey started from humble beginnings. 
  • World renowned astronaut and one of the most recognised figures in astronomy, Buzz Aldrin, will be the headline speaker at this year’s Lloyds Bank National Business Awards, which will take place on the 10th November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

  • Give A Grad A Go recognised the difficulties that new graduates are facing navigating the job market and offer a service that helps them find the jobs they really want.
  • Why consumers need business disruptors

    12 Sep 2015 Allyson Stewart-Allen, Chief Executive, International Marketing Partners Ltd.

    The rate at which new business models - think Uber, Nespresso, FlyVictor and Unbound - are disrupting and destabilising established brands in their orbit is accelerating like never before. With Uber so far successfully fending off clampdowns in court demonstrates this trend shows no signs of slowing down.

  • Sparked by the tough economic climate, The Job Show™ recognised a need in the community to revitalise the traditional way of job seeking techniques.
  • The Dorchester Collection is one of the ultimate hotel management companies, which owns and manages 10 luxury five star hotels worldwide
  • Clothes2order is a rapidly-growing business based in Manchester, producing printed and embroidered clothing for uniforms, promotions & events.
  • Robert Camp first joined law firm Stephens Scown over 20 years ago in 1993 and has since risen through the ranks to become managing partner of the firm in 2011
  • The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards has today revealed the full line-up of judges for 2015. The judging panels will determine the winners across 18 categories, and consists of over 75 leading industry professionals.  

  • Over 140 of Britain’s leading businesses, business leaders and social enterprises have been revealed as finalists for the 2015 National Business Awards, and now the shortlist for the Duke of York Award for University Entrepreneurship has been announced.

     

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