Birmingham based Property Developer Woodbourne has seen their CEO, Tani Dulay, shortlisted for two categories in this year’s NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards’; Young Entrepreneur of The Year and Family Business Entrepreneur of The Year.
Tani Dulay beat off tough competition in order to make the regional shortlist, with over 1000 entrepreneurs entering the awards nationally across the wide range of categories.
Now in its fifth year, the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards has celebrated some amazing entrepreneurs over the years, many of whom are now household names. Past winners include David Buttress of Just Eat, Julie Deane of The Cambridge Satchel Company, James Watt of BrewDog and Alexander Solomou of TheLADBible Group.
Speaking about the nomination, Tani Dulay said:
“It’s an honour to be nominated and I’m fortunate to be here. Finalist selection was made possible by the commitment of team players who work hard to turn our vision into reality. I’m very proud of what the company has achieved so far and excited about what the future holds as we grow.”
Creator of the Awards, Francesca James, said:
“This year has seen a record number of entrants and we’ve been absolutely blown away by the strength of applications. We cannot wait to celebrate entrepreneurship across Great Britain with them, and put a spotlight on the incredible talent within the British entrepreneur ecosystem.”
Dulay, 25, was shortlisted for his current success as CEO of development company Woodbourne Group who have already won an award this year. As part of an increasing £50m pipeline, Woodbourne Grup are behind Birmingham’s most expensive home, valued at £4.1m.
While many developers partner with interior designers, Tani has cherry picked all furniture products through his extensive network base and interior design skills learnt from his first start-up.
Gordon Merrylees, Head of Entrepreneurship at NatWest said:
“I want to thank all of the entrepreneurs who entered this year and congratulate those who have been shortlisted, I look forward to seeing them at the regional finals.”