Just announced: Liz Earle MBE to judge Startups Awards 2017

Founder of Liz Earle Wellbeing joins Paul Lindley and Touker Suleyman on esteemed judging panel for UK's longest-running start-up awards

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Liz Earle MBE, the founder of Liz Earle Wellbeing, has joined the esteemed judging panel for the Startups Awards 2017.

Now in its 14th year and with The Start Up Loans Company as headline sponsor, the Startups Awards celebrates the UK’s most exciting and promising early-stage businesses, giving them the chance to gain industry recognition, endorsement and widespread media coverage.

Earle has been a notable figure in the world of wellbeing for over 30 years and has 35 books under her belt. She has been a regular fixture on television since first appearing as a contributor to ITV’s This Morning in 1989 and, more recently, its flagship daytime show.

Liz Earle Wellbeing is her most recent venture; launched in 2013, the online resource and quarterly print magazine provides wellbeing wisdom you can trust with a focus on gut health, good food and sustainability.

The entrepreneur is also known for her philanthropic work as a Prince’s Trust Ambassador and with a host of other charitable organisations including ACE Africa, The National Osteoporosis Society, CURE International, and her own LiveTwice, which provides opportunities for the disadvantaged in the UK and developing countries.

Meet the Startups Awards 2017 judges

Earle joins a roster of high-profile UK entrepreneurial talent including Paul Lindley of Ella’s Kitchen; Jon Wright, co-founder of Innocent Drinks and JamJar Investments; Sahar Hashemi OBE of Coffee Republic, Cass Stavrou, founder of Propercorn; and Dragons’ Den star Touker Suleyman.

If you want to get your business in front of Liz Earle and our illustrious judging panel, enter the Startups Awards before Friday 15 September! 

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