SJL Foundation announce the 8 finalists who will present their start-up business pitch in the House of Commons, to a judging panel of 4 entrepreneurs.
Siren Radio got an exclusive as to why the founder of the SJL Foundation, Simon Lancaster set up the charity. Listen to his story on Siren Radio here.
he SJL Foundation will give 8 finalists the chance to pitch their business idea in the House of Commons, win a free £2,000 start-up business grant.
SJL Foundation feature in WeAreTheCity as they launch nationwide competition to give 8 finalists in Great Britain the chance to get a free £2,000 grant.
The Worcester Observer newspaper today wrote an article about the SJL Foundation’s first-ever black-tie ball which will be on Saturday the 9th November 2019.
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YouGov survey commissioned by SJL Insurance shows more than one in five of British businesses have had a cyber-crime attack that cost them financially.
Inspired by Mental Health Awareness week last week, the CEO of SJL Insurance has incorporated a new service for his staff to help their mental health.