The team at Profit Accumulator are proud to have been recognised with nominations in three business awards.
The company, based in Nottingham, was shortlisted in awards hosted by the Nottingham Post and East Midlands Business Link.
PA founder Sam Stoffel won Fastest in Tech & Creative at the East Midlands Business Link Fastest 40 Awards.
The awards, held at Genting Riverlights, in Derby, recognise entrepreneurial talent in business people aged under 40.
Sam was presented with the award by Stuart Ross, chief executive of High Growth, which sponsored the category.
Sam said: "Our business is pretty much the first of its kind, so innovation has been at the heart of our growth so far.
"Most of the elements of our service have been built from scratch, specifically designed for what we do.
"It's been a lot of work and I'm really proud of what we've achieved. Awards like this help you realise it's all been worthwhile.
"The sector we're in means one of the biggest challenges has been to establish ourselves as a credible business, so I'm delighted to have this kind of recognition."
Sam was also nominated for entrepreneur of the year in the Nottingham Post Business Awards, while Profit Accumulator was shortlisted in the small business of the year category.
The ceremony was held at East Midlands Conference Centre and attended by more than 400 guests.
Sam and the PA team left empty-handed but the company was very proud to be shortlisted among other high-calibre businesses.
Sean Reddington, of Mind Click, was named entrepreneur of the year, while Interactive Coding Equipment won the prize for small business of the year.
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