The SME National Business Awards have announced that local business Bluestone College have made it through to the National Finals in the Best Enterprising Business and Business Person of the Year categories, to take place at the iconic Wembley Stadium later this year. Having competed against hundreds of businesses from across the UK, this is a marvellous achievement and everyone’s fingers are crossed that they will lift a trophy on the night.
Bluestone College specialises in providing vocational education that challenges the current industry norms and enables learners to achieve their dreams! Bluestone College provides fast-track, flexible learning in live environments.
On receiving the good news Joe Turner CEO of Bluestone College said “This is an extremely proud moment for Bluestone College. For our hard work to be recognised nationally within the industry is a big achievement in itself. We are continuing to revolutionise our business, growing our team and proving highly influential in securing new clients, we have worked tirelessly to build upon that success. This year we have enabled more primary and second careers than ever before, helping and encouraging our learners to achieve their dreams and ultimately changing their lives. The fitness industry often attracts people with a real passion for fitness which is often lost during standard education models. We have proved that we not only share that passion, we actively engage it to secure our learner’s success.”
Now in their third year, these prestigious national awards celebrate the very best of SME’s on an even playing field, judged by influential business people from all different disciplines these awards are truly transparent and independent.
Speaking on behalf of the organisers, awards director Damian Cummins said: “We have had a huge increase in the number of entrants this year, making the judges job a lot more difficult than previous years. Early indications are that the calibre of the entrant is top-notch, mirroring the fact that the SMEs in the UK are clearly driving the economy”.