Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing shortlisted for Business Masters Award

Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing shortlisted for Business Masters Award
Owner of Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing, Lee Chambers
Essentialise have been shortlisted for Startup Business of the Year at the North West Business Masters Awards

Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing, the Preston based company founded by British psychologist Lee Chambers in 2019 has been shortlisted at the North West Business Masters Awards. They have been shortlisted for the Startup of the Year award, alongside two highly respected Manchester-based companies, IN4.0 Group and Bexley Beaumont Limited.

The shortlist for the 2021 North West Business Masters Awards was revealed on the 12th of August, with a wide range of businesses across the region being recognised for their achievements and resilience during an unprecedented period.

The shortlist was selected by an independent judging panel comprising, Richard Jeffery, national director, GC Business at The Growth Company, Fran Eccles-Bech, chief executive of Manchester Law Society, Simone Roche, CEO and founder of Northern Power Women alongside Shelina Begum,’s North West editor.

Shelina Begum said: “This year’s shortlist features an array of interesting businesses, of different sizes and from different sectors, who are focused on ensuring success for their business, as well as supporting their employees and the regional economy.

“The achievements of all those shortlisted should not be underplayed as it takes a lot of time, hard work and entrepreneurial spirit – especially when we look at the economic backdrop of 2020/2021 – with not only the challenges of Brexit but a pandemic to weather – to achieve what these businesses have.”

She added: “I’d like to thank all of our judges for giving their time. They had some very tough decisions to make over the shortlist, as the competition was extremely high.

“Congratulations to all of those shortlisted, we are very much looking forward to celebrating the region’s business achievements in November.”

Lee Chambers, the founder of Essentialise, added: “To be shortlisted in the same category as two companies who are both doing amazing work is a bit of shock, but more than anything, it makes us grateful for the recognition from our peers in the business community. Our work wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of our team and those we collaborate with. Being transparent, it will be a stretch to win the award, but we will learn even more about our business through the process and benefit from the feedback and scrutiny from the knowledgeable judges.”

Winners of the prestigious awards will be announced at’s annual North West dinner on the 3rd of November at The Midland, Manchester.

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