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Centerpise International’s (CI) Jeremy Nash recognised as Business Leader of the Year 2020 at The Business Magazine’s annual Southern Tech 100 ceremony

This adds to what has been an encouraging start to the year for the Centerprise family, with CEO, Jeremy Nash picking up the accolade at the yearly event, held at Oakley Hall, Basingstoke, on 5th March. He was voted the winner by evaluators from Roc Search and Morgan Lovell, in recognition of his efforts as the top private IT business leader in the southern region.

Jeremy embodies all the things that make CI special. His drive to ensure the company offers the best solutions possible and stays true to its core values is clear to see, both in-house and amongst his peers. The judges had this to say, “Jeremy is passionate about Centreprise and his leadership role. The key to his success and passion centres around people engagement and relationships. Creating headroom for leadership and change is a challenge Jeremy relishes and facilitates effectively.”

Upon collecting his award, Jeremy humbly said, “I was surprised to be shortlisted and very pleased to win. This award is about everything we’ve achieved over the preceding two years. It’s not about what I’ve done in isolation but what we have done together as a team.” He continued, “A major milestone has been to increase our bottom line by 103% in the last 12 months. We took a key decision to invest upfront in our future in resources and people. Now, we are in a far stronger position than we were last year.”

The Business Magazine’s annual awards dinner for Southern Tech 100 companies champions the region’s standout performers in the technology realm, from employers, to leaders, to innovators. Over 50 guests from several companies were in attendance at the dinner and networking occasion.

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