Here’s to the New Business of the Year, Business Champion Awards finalists

Here’s to the New Business of the Year, Business Champion Awards finalists

Even attempting to burst onto the scene in the last three years deserves an award in itself.

Let alone taking a concept and pushing forwards in the most challenging of times with the most tenacity to launch and make a profit.

It’s time to congratulate the sheer imagination and talent behind the nation’s New Business of the Year award finalists. I’m looking forward to meeting you at the finale in March.

Raise a glass to:

AnnexusEV

AnnexusEV is an EV Consultancy focused on providing electric vehicle charging infrastructure UK wide. Inspired by Sir David Attenborough to do their part in saving our planet. AnnexusEV also provides clean energy tariffs to help support the transition to low carbon driving.

Businesswise Accountancy and Tax

Every business needs clarity and non-time consuming solutions to their finance. Businesswise Accountancy and Tax provide no-nonsense, reliable services across book keeping, VAT and cashflow planning, all backed up by the latest digital technologies.

Dream Empire Market Co

The Dream Empire Market Co was set up during the Covid Pandemic, through the need for small businesses and crafters to have space to thrive and grow through events and markets. Each event has 40 traders, showcasing their wares to the general public and supporting local charities.

Eleven Views

Firmly believing that there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to marketing, Eleven Views creates innovative ways for businesses to reach their target market. This is one digital marketing agency that gets excited about helping SME’s make an impact.

FiiT4GROWTH

Partnering with clients to create an environment where teams can excel consistently over the long term, FiiT4GROWTH provides executive coaching, leadership development, and group coaching based on scientifically proven curriculums. They align individual and organisational goals, creating success, improving mental and physical wellbeing and reducing stress.

Imagineerium

Driven by a love of bold design, conceptual cleverness and high quality delivery, Imagineerium is a specialised design studio that brings physical space to life for brands, festivals and interiors. With jaw dropping effects and displays, they push the boundaries of creativity to solve projects of all shapes and sizes with their original, show stopping outcomes.

Liberty Collins

Working collaboratively with clients, Liberty Collins delivers R&D tax advice. Paving the way for businesses to apply and benefit from innovation tax relief, credits, grants and far more. Using finance in an innovative manner, their clients experience growth and return on investment.

Little Sprouts CSA

Relieving parents of one of their stressers, Little Sprouts CSA is car seat, nursery retailer and advice company based in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Supplying the best and safest brands, offering advice, fit checks and fitting to ensure their customers children travel safely and in style.

LOKI POKE

Taking the UK by storm, Loki Poke has kept the nation’s tastebuds tantalised and healthy everywhere from their home shop in Bristol to Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party and Loves Saves The Day. Banning boring bland sandwiches, their colourful poké bowls have expanded to work events as well as every day sustenance.

Simplex Accounting

From paper-mess to paper-less, Simplex Accounting is taking the stress out of traditional book keeping and delivering a seamless, stress-free service to their clients. Aiming to give clarity to business owners, their their eco-friendly methods also encourage their clients to be more eco-aware with their processes during their business journey.


Cherry Martin

Cherry is Associate Editor of Business Matters with responsibility for planning and writing future features, interviews and more in-depth pieces for what is now the UK’s largest print and online source of current business news.

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