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Exporter of the Year, Business Champion Awards’ finalists announced

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Exporting requires a very specific headspace to deal with the vast amount of logistics.

Fortunately for the UK we have businesses who not only survive on this skill, but thrive on it. Crossing borders and creating brilliant points of trade and jobs in other countries to enable their communities to thrive too, the Business Champion Awards are proud to announce the 2023 Exporter of the Year Award finalists:

ETK Group

Founded in 2010, ETK’s vision is to contribute to the growth of African markets by delivering equitable business opportunities and facilitating access to the market for businesses of various sizes. They give their clients a clear and articulated pathway to international trade with Africa in a way that achieves results.


The Sport:80 Platform helps sports based businesses to streamline their processes, increase revenue and deliver an exceptional experience for their members. Serving the likes of International or national governing bodies, sports charities or community sports organisations, their intuitive members’ portal gives athletes, coaches, officials and fans the ability to manage their sporting profiles, update qualifications, enter competitions, and track results.

The English Soap Company

The English Soap Company story began in 2000, when founders Bob & Juliet discovered a number of vintage soap moulds lying disused in a machinery workshop farm in Kent. What began as a small family kitchen table business is now an internationally recognised soap and toiletries brand, exporting to over 40 different countries all over the world, with partnerships with large global brands such as Disney and The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.

The Warrier Academy

Believing there to be an incredible power at the intersection of Martial Arts and character development, The Warrior Academy combines modern teaching methods with traditional values to inspire young people to seek challenge and adventure. Their lessons impart the confidence in their students to challenge the status quo to impact the world for good.

Global Infusion Group

Since 1984, Global Infusion Group have been recognised for their worldwide hospitality, events and catering. Their long standing clients extend to sport, music, TV, Film, entertainment and corporate events. Headquartered in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, and with facilities in Asia, Middle East and USA, their trading divisions collaborate with an extensive worldwide network to deliver exceptional events and unparalleled brand activations.

Cherry Martin

Cherry is Associate Editor of Business Matters with responsibility for planning and writing future features, interviews and more in-depth pieces for what is now the UK’s largest print and online source of current business news.

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