The deadline is rapidly approaching and with only just over a week to go to get your entries in – have you got what it takes to enter and win The EY (Ernst & Young) World Entrepreneur of the Year 2021?

If you have that fire in your belly and know you are a cut above the rest then read on…

The competition is for those who are truly outstanding in the business world.  The winners are highly driven and ambitious individuals who know no boundaries, having achieved global or national success and growth through creativity and personal drive.

You may already have a few business awards to your name, but the EY Entrepreneur Awards say more about you personally than any other award. They are up there with the highest accolade there is for business – the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. But the EY Awards recognise the brightest and the best individuals in the business world. 

The 2020 EY UK overall winner was Ben Francis (pictured below).  Ben founded Gymshark aged just 19 while still a student at Aston University, and juggled full-time study with work as a pizza delivery person to fund the venture.  Gymshark grew from a screen printing operation in a garage into one of the fastest growing brands in fitness. 

2020 winner Ben Francis, founder of Gymshark

If you have a remarkable career and can demonstrate perseverance and the ability to overcome challenges, we can help you secure a win in these prestigious awards. We can proudly say that our success rate is 2 in 3 (over 65%) whereas the average success rate is 1 in 10 (10%) for those entering awards on their own.

Get in touch to arrange a free, honest assessment of your chances in the EY Entrepreneur Awards.

Key benefits

raise your profile

widespread media coverage

increased revenue

attracting new business

The competition runs in four regions – London & South East, Midlands & South West, North, and Scotland, and the winners go on to compete for the UK EY Entrepreneur title.

Eligibility

Your business must be based, or have its main operation, in the UK, and have been incorporated for two years as of 1 January 2021. The entrant must be responsible for the company’s success, that is: managing director, CEO or a director with a personal financial stake in the business, and must have been in the role for a minimum of two years as of 1 January 2021.

The judges are looking for people with entrepreneurial spirit and personal integrity who have inspired their teams, shown innovation, overcome adversity and had national and global impact. 

You only have until 16th April to submit your entry so the earlier you start the better.  

If you think you have what it takes to win the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2021 at a regional, national or world level, please get in touch now for a no-obligation assessment of your chances