To launch the 2018 ‘Maserati 100’, in association with the Sunday Times, which in its fourth year continues to recognise the valuable contribution Britain’s entrepreneurs are making to the economy, Maserati has this year opened nominations up to the general public.
Maserati is inviting individuals to put forward entrepreneurs they believe should be considered for the prestigious list, and who embody the essence of an innovator in business – someone who has had a big idea and converted it into a successful business.
Previous Maserati 100 from Scotland have included Gareth Williams, Barry Smith and Bonamy Grimes who founded Skyscanner.
All nominations will be adjudicated by a panel of experts from The Sunday Times and any successful nominees will be included alongside those chosen by the expert panel in the 2018 ‘Maserati 100’ supplement, which will be published in The Sunday Times.
Maserati was founded over 100 years ago by the Maserati brothers who were entrepreneurs, and very much innovators of their time. Now in 2018 Maserati continues with the same innovator mindset, and the annual definitive list of one hundred British entrepreneurs looks to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of those likeminded British business leaders.
Previous Maserati 100 recipients include Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris, founders of Hotel Chocolat, Charles Rolls and Tim Warrilow, founders of the premium tonic brand FeverTree, as well as Col Needham who started IMDB, the world’s largest repository of information on movies, TV shows and video games.
To nominate and for further information visit the nominations page. Nominations close on Monday 26th March at midnight with all entries adjudicated by The Sunday Times’ panel of experts and included if successful.