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Great British Entrepreneur Awards extends Three partnership

The Great British Entrepreneur Awards has announced an extension of its partnership with mobile operator Three for the 2020 programme.

Three joined as ‘Premium Partner’ in the summer of 2019, having recently launched its first dedicated business offering, Three Means Business.

Three Means Business is tailored to the UK’s brightest small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs. From dog groomer, gym owner or therapists, doll maker, taxi driver or taxidermist, Three is ripping up the rulebook to allow small business to concentrate on the things they love.

Offering not just a mobile contract, Three is also giving these companies a ‘step-up’ by offering them additional free subscriptions to some of the best business tools out there. Selected tools include website and logo builder Wix, accounting software FreshBooks, print and design company MOO, and office provider, WeWork.

Founded in 2013, the Great British Entrepreneur Awards acknowledges the hard work and inspiring stories of entrepreneurs and businesses in the United Kingdom. Central to its ethos is being more than just ‘an awards ceremony’ – it’s a sense of community, and a thriving ecosystem of support all year round that provide opportunities for winners and finalists to connect and showcase their business. 

Francesca James, founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, said: “We’re thrilled to renew our partnership and delighted to see how committed Three is to supporting entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses in the UK. 

“More and more business is done on the move, so it’s vital that entrepreneurs have access to a mobile network that really understands their needs and provides the tools to help them grow.”


Applications for the 2020 Great British Entrepreneur Awards in partnership with Starling Bank open in March.