I’ve been talking to a number of entrepreneurs recently about how they have pivoted or adopted a ‘plan b’ during these challenging times.
Simon Burton, who was one of the co-founders of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards is a portfolio events entrepreneur. His ‘business as usual’ sees him bringing groups of people together face to face for exciting and engaging events.
When COVID-19 hit, Simon’s ‘business as usual’ was put on hold, but he still had awards to run. Listen to his story below:
At the Great British Entrepreneur Awards & Community we have launched a new category to recognise brilliant entrepreneurs like Simon who have adapted during this crisis. If you know an entrepreneur who has pivoted, send them here.
The Great British Entrepreneur Awards & community is proud to be supported by Funding Options on this initiative.
Francesca is the founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and community. With a background in publishing and events, Francesca ia passionate about telling the stories of entrepreneurs in an effort to support and champion their endeavours.