Expandly shortlisted for MK Business Achievement Awards 2020
Post by Expandly on 18th February 2020
Expandly’s CEO and multi-channel ecommerce software has reached the finals for not one, but two prestigious awards in the MK Business Achievement Awards 2020.
Following two gruelling rounds of judging (and many sleepless nights), Expandly has been shortlisted for:
Technology business – sponsored by Integral Powertrain
Entrepreneur of the year – sponsored by Keens Shay Keens
In making the finals, the judges were impressed with Expandly’s contibution to this year’s theme: health and wellbeing.
“How does an ecommerce platform contribute to health and well being?”, we hear you cry. Simple.
⦁ Our multi-channel management software makes selling online easier and quicker, reducing stress and enhancing work-life balance and mental wellbeing.
⦁ Our client-onboarding process makes it easy for customers to get started, allowing our team to spend time on more impactful tasks, enhancing career wellbeing.
⦁ We promote a relaxed and healthy working environment, complete with a foosball table, tonnes of natural light, plenty of space and local lunch-spots (we just don’t talk about the foosball score.)
⦁ We power ecommerce entrepreneurs to make more money and improve their financial wellbeing.
Alan Wilson, Expandly’s CEO says:
“I attended last year’s awards, and I was really impressed with the quality of the MK businesses making the finals. So, I’m hugely proud of team Expandly for their nomination and really honoured for my own. It’s going to be a great night- fandabidosi!”
The awards ceremony takes place on 12 March at Marshall Arena and is being jointly hosted by Gail Emms MBE and Mark Ormerod, chairman of SportsAid Eastern.
We’ll be competing against other local tech superstars, Immense, Xero and SBD Automotive. And, we’ll be cheering on Ad Valorem, one of our accountancy partners, who reached the final of the small and medium business category.
The MKBAA is an annual event recognising the highest achieving businesses across Milton Keynes. Nicholas Mann, Chair of MKBLP and co-organiser of MKBAA says:
“I would like to congratulate all those who have made it into the final of MKBAA 2020. With more entries than ever before, it has been the most competitive process we have seen to date and we’re really excited to find out more about the finalists of each category on the night of the awards.”
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