Matt Jones, Founder of Birmingham-based distance learning platform Oxbridge Home Learning has been announced as Entrepreneur of the Year at the Nachural Summer Business Ball and Awards 2018.
The Entrepreneur of the Year category recognises the star businesspeople and entrepreneurs of tomorrow who are currently disrupting marketplaces across a variety of sectors.
The award identifies those who possess the drive and determination to succeed in the long term, as well as having already stamped their mark on the business world. After winning the award, a celebratory Matt Jones said:
“I’m completely over the moon. The room is packed full of some of the best around. So, a massive thanks to Ninder for believing in me and the team. Like I always say, it takes the whole team to make things like this happen. So, thank you to everyone involved in making Oxbridge Home Learning a success. It’s a brilliant win for all of us! We’re delighted.
“The ceremony has been terrific, and this win will make a difference going forward as we continue to disrupt the marketplace to offer students learning experiences that will make the most of their future.”
With Oxbridge Home Learning, Matt Jones has been pushing the boundaries of distance learning to increase the impact education has on people’s lives.
Matt mentors his team of advisors, tutors and experts to maximise on excellence in training and educating people to excel and develop their future.
In just two years, Matt’s team has introduced over 200 courses from GCSEs to professional qualifications via renowned awarding bodies. Stacey Ryan, Director of Oxbridge Home Learning added:
“Matt has worked incredibly hard to build Oxbridge Home Learning into the successful organisation it is today. He’s always putting our students and the college team first, so to see the glow in his face when announced Entrepreneur of the Year is a special moment.”
The Nachural Summer Business Ball and Awards programme showcases the achievements of individuals and companies from across the West Midlands region.
The ceremony, hosted by Tommy Sandhu, included guest speaker Bryon Dixon OBE, who presented to over 500 guests.