This morning the National Business Awards announced the list of companies in the running for their prestigious awards and named MVF finalist in the Smith and Williamson Scale Up Business of the Year category. Described as “the Oscars of great British business” by David Cameron, former Prime Minister, the National Business Awards celebrate the best of British enterprise, with an emphasis on excellence, innovation and ethical business.
At last year's awards, MVF CEO Titus Sharpe was named Entrepreneur of the Year, and he has high hopes that the business can repeat the success this time. Titus comments: “'I am really delighted that MVF has been shortlisted for Scale-Up Business of the Year at the National Business Awards.
There has never been a more important time to celebrate growing British businesses and recognise companies that are driving our economy and representing the positive impact of UK business internationally. It has been a pivotal few years for MVF where we have seen consistently high annual growth, expanded to the USA, and trebled in size, so it's great to be celebrated as one of the biggest growth businesses by the National Business Awards”.
This shortlisting follows a run of success for MVF; in the last 6 months the company has been listed in the Sunday Times International Track 200, the Inc 5000, and the Deloitte Tech Fast 500 - all recognising the business's rapid growth.
As well as celebrating business success, the awards bring an array of opportunities for business leaders to network and meet other entrepreneurs. Last week Titus attended a launch celebration for the awards at the House of Commons, hosted by RT Hon Conor McGinn MP.
The awards themselves will take place on Tuesday 15th November, at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane.