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De Broc joins Great British Entrepreneur Awards

The Great British Entrepreneur Awards has announced that De Broc School of Business has joined as sponsor for the 2016 awards. 

Now in its fourth year, the Great British Entrepreneur Awards is hailed as the benchmark of entrepreneurial success in the UK. Previous winners have included Julie Deane MBE, founder of the Cambridge Satchel Co. and James Watt, co-founder of Brewdog.

De Broc was launched in 2015 by the University of Law. It offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across the UK designed to appeal to skills and experiences employers want.

The school has developed an environment that focuses strongly on student-led education, giving them the confidence and skills to succeed in a lifelong career in business.

Nick James, co-founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, said: “We’re really excited to have De Broc on board with the Great British Entrepreneur Awards for 2016.

“The Great British Entrepreneur Awards is all about celebrating the wonderful stories that entrepreneurs have, and helping them on their journey to success. We’re thrilled to see De Broc taking the lead on developing new entrepreneurial and business talent.”

Rona O’Brien, national director for business programmes at De Broc School of Business, said: “We’re delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Great British Entrepreneur Awards. At De Broc School of Business we are all about nurturing new talent and helping students achieve their career ambitions so it’s wonderful to be part of a celebration honouring the best in entrepreneurship.”