Success at school recognised for contributions to education & tech

Success at School has been recognised for its significant contributions to education and technology, with three award nominations announced this month.

Success at School, which provides fair, no-nonsense careers advice for young people and connects them to employers and universities, was a finalist in the 2017 #BritishIndianAwards.

Based on a public vote, the awards highlight and commend the determination and entrepreneurial spirit of British Indian businesses and professionals in the UK.

Now in its fifth year, the black tie event was held last night in Leicester. Success at School was nominated in the Best SME category.

Success at School founder Mitesh Bhimjiyani has also been named one of the Top 100 Asian Stars in UK Tech 2017, marking his second time to have made the list. 

Released this month, the list highlights ground-breaking business models, apps, and support networks created by Asian digital entrepreneurs. It seeks to address the perceived lack of diversity in the tech sector, and showcases the wealth of talent that is currently driving the UK tech scene forwards.

Success at School was also nominated as Online Business of the Year in the English Asian Business Awards.tech

Bhimjiyani said: “There are some amazing names on the Top 100 Asian Stars in Tech 2017; once again I'm very humbled and honoured to be amongst them. We’re also very thankful to those who nominated us for the #BritishIndianAwards.

“I’d like to thank the wonderful schools, colleges, employers, universities and other organisations we’ve worked with over the last 12 months to ensure we have a great site for students across the country. We’re proud to have exceeded 1M unique visitors in the last year, providing clear, impartial guidance to help young people make important decisions about their futures.”

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