The Black British Company Awards, now in its seventh 12 months, has announced its 2020 finalists representing some of the country’s best black expertise across a variety of industries.
Released in Britain in 2014, the awards aim to celebrate and recognise “the generally unsung contributions of extraordinary black small business pros and entrepreneurs” in arts and media, client and luxurious, entrepreneurs, monetary solutions, qualified solutions, and STEM (science, technological innovation, engineering and maths).
The finalists this year have been chosen not only for their own and qualified achievements, but against the tumultuous backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resurgence of the Black Life Issue motion.
Melanie Eusebe and Sophie Chandauka, co-founders known as this year’s finalists “some of the most identified and ground breaking black leaders in the British isles”.
“What notably shines by is the selection of professions from a founder of a revolutionary equine diet procedure to