29 October 2020

Monevo Founder & CEO Greg Cox in Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders

Written By Monevo

Monevo Founder & CEO Greg Cox in Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders

Monevo Founder and CEO, Greg Cox, has been named in LDC’s Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders for 2020. The list, supported by the Telegraph and Spark, celebrates the impact of leaders and entrepreneurs behind some of the UK’s most successful and fastest growing medium-sized businesses.

Now in its third year, the Top 50 list from LDC has always been a fantastic showcase of trailblazing UK business leaders, highlighting who has been making waves in their respective industries. A challenging 2020 has meant that it has been even more difficult to stand out in a crowd of inspiring figures, struggling to keep businesses afloat and fight back against the debilitating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chosen from a pool of hundreds of nominations, the Top 50 have defied the odds and gone on to contribute a collective £1.2 billion to the UK economy, employing over 5,250 people from all over the UK. Hailing from a wide range of sectors, it is heartening to see businesses not only survive through tough conditions imposed upon the country, but also thrive in their fields and grow their ventures even more in 2020.

The inclusion of our own CEO in this prestigious list of ambitious leaders is a testament to his forward-thinking leadership and resilience at a time of severe economic unrest. We’re delighted to see Greg and Monevo in such fantastic company on a list of ambitious UK business leaders and would like to congratulate the other nominees on their inclusion.

Find out more about the list and Greg's entrepreneurial journey here https://ldc.co.uk/top-50/greg-cox/.

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