The Young entrepreneur of the year
You’ve always felt like you wanted to achieve something a little different compared to your classmates. Perhaps you’ve grown up only ever wanting to achieve what you’ve achieved. Either way, other people wish that you could bottle up your drive and commitment and sell that so that they can have your ingenuity and success.
Have you been opportunistic enough to see a gap for your brand and tenacious enough to get it moving to great results?
If you’re under the age of 35 with a successful 3 years of accounts to back up your story then we want to celebrate your success.
Getting started in business is tough at any age, we want to hear where your concept came from, how you financed it, pitfalls you’ve had to suffer getting started and where you see your business going moving forwards.
Tell us about your:
Fresh perspective: As a young entrepreneur, you may bring a fresh perspective to your industry or business. This can be especially valuable in today’s fast-paced, constantly-evolving business environment.
Flexibility: Young entrepreneurs may have more flexibility in their schedules and be able to devote more time and energy to their businesses.
Access to technology and social media: Young entrepreneurs may be more familiar with technology and social media platforms, which can be valuable tools for marketing and promoting a business.
Ability to take risks: Young entrepreneurs may be more willing to take risks and try new things, which can be important for innovation and success in business.
Support from peers and mentors: There may be a variety of resources and support systems available to young entrepreneurs, including peer networks, mentorship programs, and educational opportunities. Which ones helped you?
A keen head for figures and company values is crucial as well as a clear cut plan of how you wish to collaborate, work and scale your company moving forwards.
A keen honesty when talking about self-development and learning is expected.
Your pre-awards entry reading:
Overthinking your entry form can lead to despair. Your business does so much so what’s best to include in the space given? Do the financials only need to show growth? How honest should you be? Stop! Your overthinking ends now. Read this and apply like the champion you are.
Here we have spoken to a number of our judges to ask them exactly what they will be looking for when you come to do spend undertake your 45 minute presentation and Q&A with them.
What should you include, what will make you stand out, and what can you do to make sure that YOUR application is the one that the judges remember? It’s all here.
Just by entering the Business Champion Awards, you’re on the way to raising your profile. Find out about more benefits here.
Ready to showcase your company’s talent and be rewarded for your efforts to boost the economy? Here you can find out how to boss your business awards application.
The Young Entrepreneur of the year Award Champion check list:
- Gap filled in the market
- Personal development and learning
- Overcoming of challenges
- Vision to sustain the success and expand the business moving forwards., tenacious enough to leap onto trends in a marketplace.