We are thrilled to announce that director Amy has been shortlisted for the “Future Face of Entrepreneurship” at this years Future Faces awards, part of Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce.
Taking place on Friday 31st August, Chamber of Commerce’s fourth annual awards will celebrate the rising stars of Greater Birmingham’s business community. This year’s judging panel comprised 2017’s winner Tom Charman, Louise Teboul from Common Purpose, Rob Pollard from Lightbox Digital and Aman Sidhu from Balfour Beatty and was chaired by Russell Jeans.
Winners will be chosen across eight categories including legal, finance, sales, marketing and communication, arts, inductry and entrepreneurship – to name a few. An overall Future Face of Greater Birmingham will be chosen, receiving a place on Common Purpose’s streetwise MBA programme worth £5,000. Shortlisted candidates can be found here.
Director Amy states, “I am really honoured to have be shortlisted for such a prestigious award as “Future Face of Entrepreneurship”. I am deeply passionate about entrepreneurship and have dedicated the past six years to ensuring The Strings Club is recognised as a growing business that offers only the very best in music education. What’s more I take real pride in offering regular mentoring sessions with young people at the Princes Trust – where The Strings Club started. “
Mr Jeans, chief operating officer of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce which runs the awards, said: “These awards demonstrate the excellent young professionals we have in Greater Birmingham and celebrate their hard work and achievements.”
The ceremony takes place at Symphony Hall in Birmingham on August 31 – fingers crossed everyone!
Take a look at other awards we have been recognised for