Kaizen Become Finalists for 2 Awards by the Federation of Small Businesses

We’re thrilled to announce that Kaizen have been chosen as area finalists for the 2019 FSB Awards.

We are nominated for the ‘Scale Up Business of the Year’ award, as over the past year we have nearly doubled our number of employees, set up camp in Moorgate, launched our own proprietary PR technology and been named one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the UK by Deloitte.

Pete Reis-Campbell, the CEO & Founder of Kaizen, has also been chosen as a finalist for the ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’ Award. Since setting up Kaizen at age 24, Pete has built a business of over 20 employees and a client list including MoneySupermarket, Lastminute.com, Npower and TUI. He has won awards for his work in the SEO industry and is a regular speaker at industry conferences, including BrightonSEO, SMX London and SEO Day.

You can see the full list of finalists here.

Fingers crossed for the awards ceremony!

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