Goldteam CEO wins Great British Entrepreneurs Business Technology Award
The event was billed as Great Britain’s premier awards event judged by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Its aim is to recognise and acknowledge the key contribution made to the UK economy by entrepreneurs.
Naveed developed his recruitment company Goldteam over 11 years by creating his own innovative technology as a response to customers needs and increasing regulatory and competitive pressures.
Goldteam have been on a winning streak this awards season with awards won on a local, national and international stage. In addition to the Business Technology of the Year at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, Goldteam also took home the Management Excellence Award at the Pakistan Achievement Awards. As well as this, Goldteam achieved third place for Business Technology of the year and were highly commended for the Business of the year at the Thames Valley Business Magazine Awards.
Ahmed commented, “This award fills me with greater pride than any other award I have received as it is recognition by successful entrepreneurs at a national level who have walked a similar journey to mine and know what it takes to realise a vision. We all know that this success is a reflection of the hard and long hours of commitment by a great team with whom I have had the privilege to work. To be a winner from amongst your peers when there have been so many remarkable entrants this year is very gratifying and humbling...as an entrepreneur I know that the work does not stop here and we will continue to work hard to ensure we stay ahead of the game. Congratulations to all the entrants and winners”
Simon Burton, founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, said, “We talk a lot on the UK about entrepreneurs and why they are important, and yet we don’t actually do much to genuinely acknowledge who they are and what they have done. The purpose of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, therefore, is to recognise and celebrate those who make a contribution to entrepreneurialism in the UK.”