£100k give away for disabled entrepreneurs

picture of stelios holding very large cheque for 50 thousand pounds payable to geoff holt

UK Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs – just under 5 weeks left to apply, largest amount of £100k being given away in prizes this year! Please share information with your networks.

It is just under 5 weeks to go until the deadline for this year’s UK Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs in partnership with Leonard Cheshire, and we would be very grateful if you can share this article with your networks.

Stelios is giving away the largest amount of money this year totalling £100k! There will be the usual top prize of £30k and 4 runners up of £10k each along with 4 smaller prizes of £5k and a Judge’s Prize of £10k. Applications are coming in but we would love to break all records this year!

…Deadline 10 September & Awards evening 22 October….

Are you a budding entrepreneur with a clever business product or service? Have you already started a business or social enterprise, but need a little extra boost to move to the next level? Then the Stelios Awards 2019 wants to hear from you! The Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs UK is jointly run by Leonard Cheshire and the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation. It recognises the achievements of disabled entrepreneurs who have set up their own company or social enterprise. Applications are now open and close at 5pm on Tuesday 10 September 2019. If you have any questions about your application please email Leonard Cheshire at steliosaward@leonardcheshire.org or call 07740515957 (Tuesdays and Thursdays).

Link to Stelios’ podcast encouraging applications:

The Stelios Awards for disabled entrepreneurs UK 2019

Link to Leonard Cheshire
https://www.leonardcheshire.org/what-we-can-do-you/working/employment-support-and-internships/awards-disabled-entrepreneurs

Link to Facebook group.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1330686233615705/

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