Wolters Kluwer Supporting British Entrepreneurs

By Andrew Willis
25 Feb 2015

Wolters Kluwer in the UK announces that it is sponsoring the Great British Entrepreneurs Awards for the second year running. The awards are dedicated to recognising and celebrating British entrepreneurs. In 2014 over 65 inspirational entrepreneurs were celebrated for their achievement and contribution to British business.

Mike Allen, Managing Director of Wolters Kluwer’s Croner business, says:

“We have been working with British businesses for over 50 years helping them to navigate the complex and ever-changing areas of business legislation, regulation and taxation under the well-respected Croner and CCH names. “

It is this relationship that has really demonstrated how much entrepreneurs are doing for this country. We are delighted to be sponsoring these awards, which celebrate the work of our own entrepreneurial customers and the wider British business community.”

Simon Burton, founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, says:

“We’re delighted Wolters Kluwer is sponsoring the Great British Entrepreneur Awards again this year. We passionately believe that entrepreneurs are the lifeblood of the economy and their contributions deserve to be recognised and celebrated. Now in our third year of the Awards, we have already been hailed as the benchmark for entrepreneurial success in the UK and we’re looking forward to hearing entrepreneurs’ success stories from the past 12 months.”

About the Author

Andrew Willis

Andrew Willis is the senior manager of the Litigation and Employment Department and assumes additional responsibility for managing Croner’s office based telephone HR advisory teams, who specialise in employment law, HR and commercial legal advice for small & large organisations across the United Kingdom.





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