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Finalists Announced for the Black British Business Award’s Fifth Anniversary

By Business Desk

Tuesday, September 25, 2018.

The finalists for the 2018 Black British Business Awards (BBBAwards) have been announced. The award celebrates  members of the Black British business community, whose drive and success in their industry, sets them above the rest. The list also recognises the trailblazers and rising stars who represent the very best of the UK's vibrant business sector.

The BBBAwards are the only premium awards programme to celebrate both the exceptional performance and outstanding achievements of black professionals and entrepreneurs in global, small and medium enterprises operating in Great Britain.

They are designed to transcend stereotypes and highlight the often-unsung contributions of black people to the British economy.

The winners will be announced during a special awards ceremony and evening gala at The Grange St Paul’s Hotel London, on October 4,  2018. Endorsed by the Prime Minister Theresa May and London Mayor Sadiq Khan, the BBBAwards is more than just a ceremony, because over the last five years, it has grown into a powerful change agent for the wider Black and Minority Ethnic Group’s (BAMA) talent agenda, creating a hub where businesses share ideas and take away concrete actions to create working environments for all talented individuals to succeed.

Melanie Eusebe, Chair and Co-founder of the Black British Business Awards said that its organisation has, over the last 5 years, uncovered numerous role models, from creative entrepreneurs to seasoned bankers.

“These individuals are truly breaking down barriers and stereotypes whilst changing the game for the rest of the UK industry,” she said.

Finalists Announced for the Black British Business Award’s Fifth Anniversary

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