King's Business School is the ninth and newest faculty at King's College London, opened in 2017. Our vision is to set a new direction for business education and research, developing bold ideas to tackle the world’s major challenges. We foster an entrepreneurial mindset in our students and are home to the Entrepreneurship Institute, which helps students, staff and alumni from across King’s to develop an entrepreneurial mindset of their own, supporting whatever career or future they had in mind.
We are delighted to partner with the British Business Excellence Awards to celebrate the achievements of the UK’s entrepreneurs and business community and to help create a space to exchange ideas, solve problems together and progress sustainably and collaboratively.
Elite Business are passionate about championing new business. Providing fresh perspectives and representing disruptive solutions, they’re interested in the startups and SMEs that are spearheading Britain forward. From tech unicorns to entrepreneurs transforming healthcare with AI, they cover the movers and shakers making enterprising exciting.
Lloyds Banking Group are partnering with Crisis, the national charity for people experiencing homelessness, for two years and will aim to raise and incredible £2 Million in fundraising.
Crisis and Lloyds Banking Group are bound in the belief that a safe and secure home is the foundation on which people can build a decent life and meet their true potential. Despite this, over 250,000 families and individuals are facing the worst forms of homelessness, with a further 1.8 million households on low incomes living in poor and potentially dangerous conditions.
Together with ‘Homes for Good’ the partnership will fund the launch of a brand new, not-for-profit Lettings Agency, making renting truly affordable, quality homes easier for those on low incomes, who may otherwise be homeless.
Lloyds Banking Group will also support the expansion of the ‘Changing Lives’ grants programme which enables Crisis members to support further education and training or to set up their own business.
Colleagues will also work with Crisis to develop educational materials to improve their knowledge of homelessness and to play their role in ending it. Outside of this, LBG colleagues will be consistently volunteering their time, skills and expertise to maximise the impact of the partnership.
A private members club that provides entrepreneurial pioneers with unique resources to unlock the true value of their business potential. Home Grown, as part of the Home House Collection, offers a space for exclusive and unrivalled access to the brightest minds in London’s thriving business community.