Do you think you are genuinely entrepreneurial? Have you taken your company to the next level? Then consider this: while winning any business award is beneficial, not all business awards are created equal – some are life changing. The EY (Ernst & Young) World Entrepreneur of the Year 2020, which just opened for entries, is transformational. A word of warning: it’s not for the faint-hearted, but if you know you are the best then read on…
The competition is for the front runners of the business world; those who have redefined their industry or even created a new one, and have improved the quality of life for communities along the way. 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 than any other award. They are almost on a par with the highest business accolade, the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, which is for companies, but the EY Awards recognise the brightest and the best individuals in the business world.
This year’s EY World Entrepreneur of the year is US business leader Brad Keywell the founder of seven technology companies including Uptake Technologies, an industrial artificial intelligence software platform; Groupon, a collective buying platform; and Lightbank, a venture capital firm.
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.
- raise your profile
- widespread media coverage
- increased revenue
- attracting new business
- boosting staff morale
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 in May.
In June the competition jumps to the next level and the finalists from 60 countries enter the race for the celebrated EY World Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2020, announced at a black-tie awards gala in Monaco. Full programme details will be available soon.
Your business must be based, or have its main operation, in the UK, and have been incorporated for two years as of 1 January 2020. 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 2020.
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 February to submit your entry so the earlier you start the better. Contact us to find out more about our services and how we can give you the winning edge. But don’t take our word for it: check out our testimonials here.
Mark Llewellyn-Slade, our CEO commented:
This is an exclusive competition reserved for the most remarkable and high-achieving business leaders. We have vast experience of entering these awards and we know what it takes to be a winner. We can offer you a free assessment of your chances of success, but don’t be offended if we turn you down. We only encourage you to enter if we genuinely believe you stand a strong chance. Our consultants are the best in the business and using our services leaves you free to take care of your core business responsibilities.