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Startacus Self Starter of the Year Winner Announced
by Startacus Admin
A couple of weeks ago we asked all Startacus Self Starters of the Week to pitch to ourselves and Marketest why they should be considered for the Self Starter of the Year accolade.
And the results are in...
But let’s have a little recap first of all on how we got to this point.
When we launched our Self Starter of the Week award back in September, it was because we wanted to reward the early stage startup / entrepreneur / self starter for doing something with that big or small idea that they had. We were delighted with the response that we received from self starters everywhere.
We were also equally delighted when Marketest, the leading UK Online Quantitative Market Research company, agreed to partner up with us to support the Self Starter of the Week feature by awarding one weekly winner with a rather fab prize of £1k worth of consumer market research as well as the acclaimed title of Startacus Self Starter of the Year!
Over the last few weeks we’ve received some excellent pitches and both the Startacus and Marketest teams have spent lots of time deliberating before agreeing on the winner…
The fine folk who’ve all been Self Starters of the Week can be seen in the pic below. And *drum roll - simply click on Page 2 to find out who the winner is - who comes away with the overall title of Startacus Self Starter of the Year....
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