There are just over 100 days to go until this year’s British Business Excellence Awards’ ceremony takes place in central London. Judgement day is Tuesday, November 14th, when this eagerly-awaited event celebrates the best of British business during the last 12 months.
Organisers have just released the list of finalists that cover a wide range of categories. The gathering takes place at the Grosvenor House Hotel, where all of the shortlisted companies will be hoping that their name will be inside at least one of the sealed winners’ envelopes.
The evening is sponsored by Lloyds Bank, with the list of different award categories as follows:
Small to Medium Sized Business of the Year (sponsor Lloyds Bank);
Mid-Sized Business of the Year;
Tech Business of the Year;
New Business of the Year (Lloyds Bank);
Business Enabler of the Year (JetBlue);
Entrepreneur of the Year (LDC);
Sustainable Business of the Year (Lloyds Bank);
Transformation of the Year (Gateley);
Exporter of the Year (Department for Business and Trade);
Employer of the Year;
Scale Up Business of the Year;
Small Business of the Year;
DE&I Champion of the Year (Lloyds Bank);
Purpose Before Profit;
Growth Business of the Year.
To check out the full list of finalists for the 2023 edition, please click here.
Considered by many to be one of the biggest business awards events in Britain, the evening will shine a spotlight on creativity, innovation and resilience across various industries.
Among those to reach the final stages this year are Dragon’s Den winner Mood Bears, Little Dish, Protein Works and Octopus Energy.
The Lloyds Bank-sponsored Awards’ ceremony brings together the entire business community, and aims to recognise perseverance, guile and innovation in today’s challenging landscape.
The event shines a light on outstanding achievement, while showcasing those trailblazers and visionaries who have succeeded during difficult economic times. Among those up for awards are entrepreneurs, SMEs and FTSE 100 juggernauts.
The team of event organisers are led by Sarah Austin, who says: “The resilience displayed by businesses, as they face adversity head-on, while adapting to life during these unprecedented times, stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of the UK’s entrepreneurial community.
“Therefore, the Lloyds Bank British Excellence Awards provides an opportune moment to honour and laud accomplishments across various industries. Behind each deserving finalist are individuals who have ceaselessly toiled not merely to survive, but also to thrive.
“And this annual event certainly offers a fitting acknowledgment of their achievements. The ceremony recognises businesses of all shapes and sizes, culminating in a spectacular occasion at the Grosvenor House Hotel.”
More than 30 judges have been involved in deciding who should receive these coveted awards.