Monday, April 22, 2024

Leeds entrepreneur named as Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2023 finalist

Leeds-based CEO, Neil Moles, has been recognised for his entrepreneurial spirit as he is named as a finalist in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

Neil is CEO of Progeny, a national professional services company headquartered in Leeds, offering Chartered financial planning, investment management, tax services, property, HR consultancy and legal counsel.

Now in its 11th year, The Great British Entrepreneur Awards celebrate the outstanding individuals and businesses that drive innovation, generate employment opportunities, and contribute to the growth of the UK economy.

Neil Moles says: “Entrepreneurship is a major driver in economic growth and innovation and I’m proud to be recognised amongst my peers by the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

“At Progeny, we’re transforming how people receive and value professional advice with our integrated, multi-disciplinary approach, as well as expanding our footprint into international territories, including Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore. Launching into the international space brings huge opportunity and my vision is to create the first global professional services business.”

Founder of The Great British Entrepreneur Awards, Francesca James, says: “Every year I am blown away with the quantity and quality of applications we receive, and this year is no exception. The Great British Entrepreneur Awards receives thousands of applications annually and the competition is tough.

“I am truly inspired by the remarkable accomplishments of this year’s finalists. Their collective achievements of generating over £2.7 billion in turnover and employing over 33,000 people demonstrate the exceptional impact they have made in their industries and communities. These entrepreneurs exemplify the spirit of innovation, resilience, and growth that drives the entrepreneurial landscape in the UK.”

The awards ceremony will take place on November 20 2023 at London’s Grosvenor House.

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