Author: MNI Media | Date: 12 August 2018
Congratulations are in order to Ultra Education on them being shortlisted for the THE LLOYDS BANK POSITIVE SOCIAL IMPACT for the 2018 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.
Ultra Education is an organisation focused on entrepreneurship classes for children. They have taught over 100 young people, nationwide. Entrepreneur Julian Hall founded Ultra Education after he realised that people would do better in business if they were taught the necessary skills earlier.
The awards, now in their 17th year, have a long-standing history of celebrating the best of British business. Entries opened earlier this year when The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards opened the London Stock Exchange. Called the “Oscars of great British business” by Former Prime Minister David Cameron, the awards recognise companies who are driving exceptional growth across the country.
"We are extremely proud to be among the finalists for such a prestigious award. We hope this nomination can help us to create more positive outcomes for the children and young people we work with." said, Julian Hall, founder of Ultra Education.
The shortlist was finalised after over a thousand registrations were meticulously assessed against each category’s criteria. Sarah Austin, Brand Director of The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards explained, “All entries faced a rigorous judging process, which is why the awards are an accolade to true, world-class achievements, offering businesses the credibility and encouragement to continue in their ambitious success. Due to the high-level of competition witnessed this year, all finalists should feel incredibly proud.”
The finalists must now make their presentations to a panel of judges and leading business luminaries, after which the winners will be revealed on the 13th of November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.