Inclusion Housing

Scale-up Business of the Year – Area Winner

  • 12 March, 2018

Scale-up Business of the Year – Area Winner

Inclusion Housing are pleased to announce they are 1 of 11 winning Yorkshire and Humberside businesses to go forward to the national FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2018 finals after being awarded Scale-up Business of the Year – Area Winner.  The Yorkshire and Humberside winners were announced by Master of Ceremonies and BBC broadcaster Dave Sharpe in a ceremony at John Smith Stadium on the afternoon of 7th March.

 Simon Williams, FSB Yorkshire and Humberside representative, said:

“Congratulations to all this year’s Yorkshire and Humberside FSB Celebrating Small Business Award winners. They are reflective of the vibrancy, innovation and tenacity that makes up our region’s small business community. It’s been thrilling to see so many of the region’s businesses enthusiastically take part in our awards and the sheer scale and diversity of those who entered is a testimony to the vitality of the small business community in the Yorkshire and Humberside area. The best of luck to all our winners for the UK national finals in May.”

The FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards celebrate the best small businesses from the length and breadth of the country, offering national recognition for those who have made the biggest impression over the last 12 months. Twelve area awards finals take place between January and March, with the national UK finals taking place at a VIP attended awards ceremony on 3 May in London.

Neil Brown, Inclusion Housing CEO, said:

“Inclusion is a disruptor business and has developed and implemented a proven innovatory model of venture funding and private sector development to provide tailored accommodation to meet the commissioning requirements of local health and care agencies; without the need for grant subsidy. By challenging a traditional commissioning model of grant funding, public commissioning and delivery through a partnership model that shares/mitigates risk Inclusion have been able to work in partnership to attract sources of commercial funding to develop, lease and manage independent living accommodation for disabled adults that saves the public purse thousands of pounds per customer by reducing reliance on registered care”