Our award-winning team celebrates success
Success belongs to the people who make it happen, so thank you to our amazing team and to everyone who supports us. We’re really proud of what we’ve achieved.
The awards process forces you to take a step back from the day-to-day running of your business and really think about your what, why and how. If you’d like to enter for an award, read our top tips in our blog: 8 reasons to enter business awards.
Success doesn’t happen overnight; it takes hard work, perseverance and passion. Recognition for a job well done never goes amiss.
We were thrilled to be winners for the second year running at the Merton Best Business awards. This time we lifted the trophy for Team Development. This category allowed us to demonstrate how we promote equality and diversity and how it impacts on our business. The judges commented that we are “A young business set up and growing with equality and diversity at its heart”
We were delighted to be finalists in the 2017 Federation of Small Business London awards in the Best Professional Services category. The awards ceremony was held at the Emirates Stadium at the end of July. We didn’t win but it was a great opportunity to meet other amazing businesses and to celebrate and share everyone’s success.
For the second year running, we were finalists in the Best New Business category for the Merton Best Business awards. As we were up against strong competition, we were aiming for runner-up, but we surprised ourselves and brought home the trophy! Read the story of a glittering night at The All England Lawn Tennis Club here.
We were utterly delighted on Thursday 28th July 2016, when the judging panel from the FSB London awards decided we were their Best New Business for 2016. We are very proud of our hardworking, talented team.
Spencer Tagg, the managing director of the category sponsor, Wenta commented, “This is the second year Wenta have sponsored the London FSB Awards and the quality of those entering has increased year on year. The award for ‘Best New Business’ which went to Business Clan, reflected their ability to demonstrate a clear vision and passion for their new business.”
Following on from our success in reaching the Merton Best Business finals in 2015, we decided to spread our wings and enter other awards. We were delighted to be finalists for Start-Up Of The Year in the mumandworking awards, a UK-wide competition which champions flexible working. You can read more about the academy and the impressive women at the awards here.
Nearly a year to the day that Delia founded Business Clan, we decided to enter the Best New Business category in Merton’s Best Business Awards. To our delight we got through to the finals which was a fantastic boost for team morale. Our very first award!