Birmingham Enterprise Community Chief Executive, Daniel Evans, was commended at the Institute of Directors Midlands Awards 2020 where he picked up a Highly Commended award for the Young Director of the Year category after being nominated by long-time BEC supporter and enterprise champion of the West Midlands Debbie Assinder.
When announcing Daniel as the recipient of this award the IoD commented on the impressive work and growth of Birmingham Enterprise Community and congratulated Daniel and the whole team on the fantastic impact that they have had since the organisation began.
Commenting on the award, Daniel said “I am very proud of this achievement. 2020 has been a very challenging year for everyone and I think that we, as an organisation and community, have been resilient and have been there for those that have needed our support this year. This award is an acknowledgement of the hard work and dedication that everyone involved with BEC has put in this year”.
You can read the full list of winners for the IoD Midlands Awards 2020 here.
This latest award is one in a line of recognitions for Birmingham Enterprise Community, having picked up an award at the National Enterprise Network Awards at the end of 2019, received a feature in both the Sunday Times ‘Best Places for Business 2020’ as one of the best enterprise organisations to work with in the country and in the ‘Social Entrepreneurs Index 2020’ as one of the most exciting social enterprises in the UK as well as nominations for BEC COO, Omran Al Habbal, for the Future Face of Entrepreneurship at the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Future Faces Awards 2020 and for Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the upcoming City of Birmingham Business Awards.