James Brayshaw, Managing Director of Southport based AdaptiveComms has been awarded a place on Inside Media’s coveted 42 under 42 list for 2016. The list celebrates the strength of young business leaders, recognising entrepreneurs who innovate and excel in their respective fields.
This year’s awards, hosted by Insider Media took place at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester on Monday 10 October 2016 and featured a lengthy interview with former Manchester United and England Footballer, Gary Neville. Once an extremely successful footballer, he has now turned his efforts to business and was honoured alongside James Brayshaw at this year’s awards.
Insider Media has been running the 42 under 42 for over 20 years in the North West and boasts an impressive list of alumni. Why 42? The average age of Insider Media’s Power and Rich List is 52, so this list is designed to look ahead and pick out who will be business’ rich and powerful in ten years’ time.
James Brayshaw, Managing Director of AdaptiveComms which provide a full range of telecommunications and IT products and services, in areas such as IT, phone systems, landlines, connectivity and mobile phones to businesses across the UK, was selected from amongst hundreds of nominees across the North West to be awarded as one of Insider Media’s prestigious 42 under 42.
Speaking about his recent award James Brayshaw said: “I am extremely proud to have been given this award. I am extremely proud of what the company has achieved in the last 12 months; in terms of both growth and the high quality standard of solutions & service we continue to provide to all of our clients.”
Why 42? The average age of the Insider Power and Rich List is 52. This event is designed to look ahead and predict who will be business’ rich and powerful in ten years’ time – a talent-scouting exercise if you will.
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