The Black British Organization Awards, now in its seventh year, has introduced its 2020 finalists representing some of the country’s best black talent throughout a variety of industries.
Introduced in Britain in 2014, the awards aim to rejoice and recognise “the frequently unsung contributions of exceptional black business industry experts and entrepreneurs” in arts and media, client and luxurious, entrepreneurs, fiscal solutions, qualified solutions, and STEM (science, engineering, engineering and maths).
The finalists this year have been chosen not only for their individual and qualified achievements, but versus the tumultuous backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resurgence of the Black Lives Make a difference movement.
Melanie Eusebe and Sophie Chandauka, co-founders identified as this year’s finalists “some of the most decided and innovative black leaders in the Uk”.
“What especially shines through is the variety of professions from a founder of a revolutionary equine diet process to a