Essentialise’s Lee Chambers Finalist in Young Entrepreneur Awards

Our very own Founder Lee Chambers has been shortlisted as a finalist for two Lancashire Business View Awards.

Last week had been a celebratory one for our founder Lee Chambers, as both him and his company, Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing , have been selected as finalists in categories of the Lancashire Business Views Sub36 awards. Designed to recognise achievement and impact by young entrepreneurs, the awards are highly valued and much coveted in the North of England. This year, with the current medical guidelines, they have designed an interactive digital ceremony that will take place on the 22nd of October.   While the format may have been changed from what was originally planned, the awards intend to generate a larger audience than previous years and have been sponsored by prominent companies including Positive Pennine and Sales Geek. Lee Chambers has been shortlisted as a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year, and his business, Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing, which specialises in wellbeing strategy and delivery, is a finalist in New Business of the Year.

Lee Chambers said, “I never expected to be nominated and receive recognition and have spent the last year really focused on making an impact and building a sustainable business. It is a privilege to be joining the virtual stage with other amazing young entrepreneurs who I both admire and appreciate. I’m not expecting to win and just being recognised for the work that I do has made a difference, becoming a small win on the journey towards my big vision of assisting a million individuals to be healthier and happier through wellbeing advancement.”

Richard Slater, the publisher of Lancashire Business View and founder of the Sub36 Awards, said ‘Once again, the calibre of entries to the Sub36 has impressed the whole team and judging panel. Sub36 continues to unearth fantastic stories from every corner of the red rose county and we are thrilled to be in the privileged position to share these stories to such a wide audience.’

We wish all the finalists the best of luck. Details of Lee Chambers entrepreneurial journey were recently published in British news, and he has been expert featured in The Huffington Post and The Daily Mail during September.

For more information on the awards, please see

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