Awards recognising and rewarding small and medium-sized businesses across the UK for their excellence, resilience and innovation.
The highest scoring four entries in each category will go forward to a national judging panel to determine who receives the accolade of national category winner.
The awards will be presented at an event to be held on 10 May 2017 in London, hosted by Tim Campbell MBE, the first winner of BBC TV’s ‘The Apprentice’. This is when the national category winners will be announced and where they will be awarded a cash prize of £2,000. The judges will also announce the business they have chosen as the overall winner which will be awarded ‘FSB & Worldpay UK Business of the Year 2017’ – with an additional cash prize of £10,000.
The FSB and Worldpay Business Awards recognise smaller businesses in the UK for their achievements. The awards are designed to reward the excellence, resilience and innovation of SMEs across the country.
Although there are no specific exclusions cited within the programme guidelines, those wishing to apply are advised to liaise with the funding provider in the first instance to discuss eligibility.
The Awards are open to all businesses with fewer than 250 employees that are operating in the UK.
Costs associated with eligible projects.
Entries are made online at fsbworldpayawards.org.uk
Judging will take place in 12 geographical areas across the UK and the area category winners will be announced in the spring.