ShrinKit Have Been Selected For The Future50 Class 2018
A select group of the region’s most ambitious and inventive companies have been welcomed into the Future50 Class of 2018.
Future50 is a business support programme recognising Norfolk and Suffolk’s most exciting firms, and is delivered by Archant, Nwes, Barclays, Birketts, Lovewell Blake and the UEA.
Future50 where looking to find the region’s ‘ones to watch’ and support their growth through inspirational networking events, multimedia business coverage, support to access funding and business support from our partners and their network.
Future50 members are the individuals and companies that will be creating jobs, growing at a faster rate than others and have the drive and ambition needed to be leaders in their sector.
The crowd of nearly 150 people heard from speakers including Mark Sait, chief executive of Save Money Cut Carbon, on how to go from start-up to scale-up, Prof Fiona Lettice of the UEA on disruptive innovation, Barclays’ Joe Cooksey on digital security and Chris Billing of current Future50 member Snap Account on how he built his business.
Andrew Wilson, head of enterprise at Nwes, said the final 50 offered a snapshot of the diverse business community across Norfolk and Suffolk. “We have some businesses which are in their early stages and have great potential, and others further on in their development who are already showing signs of growth,” he said.