Future Faces Awards 2016: Entrepreneurship

09 August 2016

We continue our build-up to the forthcoming Future Faces awards by taking a look at the Entrepreneurship category.

There are three nominees for the Birmingham City University-sponsored award, which will be handed out next month alongside the four other main prizes.

Future Faces – the young professionals’ arm of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce – is holding its second annual awards ceremony at Edgbaston Stadium on Friday 16 September.

Tickets and tables are available to purchase by clicking here.

The Future Face of Entrepreneurship nominees are:

Dr. Scott Hardman,
Blue Vine Consultants
Scott completed a PhD in Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Applications at the University of Birmingham.

During this time, he co-founded Blue Vine Consultants and was named BQ Magazine’s Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.

The 26-year-old from Moseley helps companies to understand the market for low carbon automotive technologies such as electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

Andile Siziba
Mediservices Healthcare
Andile is a qualified neurophysiologist with more than six years’ experience in the NHS, working at the Royal London and Queen Elizabeth Birmingham.

While waiting to start a master’s degree in Epilepsy at Kings College, the 28-year-old formed Mediservices Healthcare, which provides innovative neurophysiological solutions to both the NHS and private hospitals. 

Andrew Ward
Andrew, age 27, is the founder and director of Scorchsoft - a specialist web and app development company.

At 14, he had developed his first web project - an online games website called ‘Andy-land’.

An ambitious entrepreneur, Andrew is utilising Scorchsoft's in-house capabilities to develop exciting new platforms that are highly scalable, providing exponential growth.

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