The Lloyds Bank New Business
of the Year Award

Has your new company shown incredible growth in customers or revenue over the last three years?

Is your organisation a new SME or a start-up with a new product or service for your sector or industry to shout about?

Has the mission and quality of your team attracted key investors—whether VC or Angel—to make a significant investment in your company?

If you are a high performing new company that’s been trading for fewer than three years, that has an innovative edge or something special to shout about, The Lloyds Bank New Business of the Year Award could be yours.

What makes a winner?

The New Business of the Year recognises those companies that have exceeded their initial targets for growth and already show importance within their sector or industry through significant innovation and leadership.

The winning entry will demonstrate how their business concept has met and overcome challenges, adopted a clear understanding of their market, shown significant innovation, built a strong team and has the foundations in place for continued success and potential expansion.

Open to any organisation that began trading less than three years ago, this award will go to the company that best demonstrates the following:

  • Significant growth through meeting and exceeding key objectives
  • Innovation through product and services
  • Consideration of customer and employee engagement
  • Effective leadership and vision
  • Ethical approach to business
  • Plans to sustain financial growth
  • Finances on track with business strategy

Does this sound like your company? Download our brochure to find out more, or enter now and put your company’s achievements to the test.

Choose from 13 unique categories, and try your luck against the cream of UK business

  • Enhance your national profile and win exposure for your brand
  • Showcase what makes your business great
  • Get expert advice and feedback from top business leaders
  • Reward your team and recognise their achievements

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