Unruly Co-Founder Voted Among UK’s Biggest Champions Of Fellow Entrepreneurs
Unruly co-founder Sarah Wood has been named on a list of entrepreneurs who do the most to give back to the next generation of business owners.
The Maserati 100 – compiled by the Centre for Entrepreneurs, in partnership with luxury car maker Maserati and published in yesterday’s The Sunday Times – features the 100 people voted the country’s biggest champions of their fellow entrepreneurs.
Sarah – part of the Gazelle Group, a network of entrepreneurs that helps to foster a new generation of business innovation, and recently named as a mentor for the London’s Mayor’s International Business Programme – appears on the list alongside Richard Reed, co-founder of Innocent Drinks and Martha Lane-Fox, co-founder of Lastminute.com.
Other names to appear on the list include Simon Calver of BGF Ventures, Chrissie Rucker, founder of The White Company, and Dame Stephanie Shirley, the 82-year-old entrepreneur who started software company Freelance Programmers.