The Black British Business Awards 10th Anniversary

Reflecting on where we have come from and where we are heading.

A Remarkable Milestone

Our 10th Anniversary

Since the inception of the BBBAwards in 2014, we have had the delight of celebrating extraordinary Black British professionals and business owners who have raised the bar in their professional careers. We have laughed, we have cried, we have danced and we have talked about our experiences as Black British professionals, but most of all we have applauded those in our community for their accomplishments across industries ranging from finance to tailoring to technology to theatre.

10 Years of Black Excellence

The Joy of Success

Before heading into our 10th year, we dedicated time to speak with members of the BBBAwards community and came to learn that you see us as we have long intended to be seen: as brave, authentically ourselves and unapologetically working for what we believe in. You reflected our successful pursuit of stories of Black joy and Black success. Our alumni tell us that being finalists and winners of the BBBAwards marked a significant step change in their journey, and that the recognition they received continues to generate new professional opportunities. Your feedback has inspired us to keep driving towards our vision. Great achievements arise from the power of an enduring community, and it is the support of our broader community that keeps us continuously energised and consistently focused.

A new and inspiring vision for the future.

In 2023, we will showcase the best and the brightest of Black Britain while reflecting both on where we have come from and where we are heading as individuals and as a collective. We will communicate a new and inspiring vision for the future. Our celebration will be bigger both in sentiment and in size as we move to a larger venue for the ceremony itself. We invite you to join us in any way possible in achieving our vision, whether as a long-standing member of our community or as someone who is freshly committed to meaningful and enduring change in the make-up of decision-making tables of Black British business.