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The 2018 Maserati 100

Recognising one hundred game-changing entrepreneurs

RECOGNISING BRITAIN’S GAME CHANGING ENTREPRENEURS - NOMINATIONS NOW CLOSED

Dedicated to celebrating the positive impact entrepreneurs have on the British economy and society as a whole, The Maserati 100 in partnership with The Sunday Times, has launched the search to identify and recognise one hundred game-changing entrepreneurs who are true innovators in the business world.

Usually, managers equate innovation with creativity. But innovation is not creativity. Creativity is about coming up with the big idea. We are looking for entrepreneurs who have had a big idea and converted it into a successful business. For 2018, we would like to invite the general public to nominate ‘innovator' entrepreneurs who they believe deserve to be included in this year's Maserati 100 list. Entries will be considered by a panel of industry experts from The Sunday Times. Any nominees seen as suitable may then be included in the 2018 list.

Nominations ran from Friday 9th March to Monday 26th March 2018 and are now closed.

The full 2018 Maserati 100 will be published in The Sunday Times on Sunday 29th April, with a special event held in London in early May 2018 to celebrate.

Highlights From The 2017 Maserati 100

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Claire Cockerton co-founded trade body Innovate Finance, is also behind Plexal which has converted the former Olympic media centre into a home for more than 800 tech start-ups and small companies.
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Paul Lindley founded Ella’s Kitchen, making organic baby food. It employs 70 people in the UK with 32% of the market. Global turnover is more than $100m.
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Selling tea to China was Ricky Kothari’s big idea. His company offers one-serve tea sachets in micro-perforated packaging “sticks” that double as a stirrer.
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Tom Adeyoola created Metail, a virtual fitting room that allows shoppers to create 3D models of themselves and try on clothes

Terms & Conditions

Online submissions open: 7am Friday 9th March. Online submissions close: 7pm Monday 26th March. By entering your submission, you are hereby consenting (and if submitting on another’s behalf that you have their consent to do so) to the use of the data which you have inserted/supplied to Maserati 100 & The Sunday Times. In addition, you consent to being contacted by Maserati 100 and/or The Sunday Times if chosen to feature in the 2018 Maserati 100. Maserati 100 is a program owned and run by Maserati GB Ltd. These entities further reserve the right to publicise the data as part of their marketing material. Maserati GB Limited is responsible for the “Maserati 100” promotion and is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) as the Data Controller who will transfer the data. Data collected is to be shared with The Sunday Times. If you wish to withdraw your consent hereby given, you may do so by contacting Maserati GB Limited at the registered office: 275 Leigh Road, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4HF.

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