NetPay Recognised in Business Awards

Today, NetPay Merchant Services Limited has been shortlisted for the New Business of the Year and
Blackberry Business Enabler of the Year for the 2014 National Business Awards. NetPay is a multichannel, payment service provider offering a range of online processing, payment terminal and
merchant services to businesses in the UK and Ireland.

Going up against Cappuccino Ads,, Food Innovation Solutions, Frog Bikes, GeoLytix,
Medilink Consulting, The Collective, The House Crowd and THE PROTEIN WORKS in the New
Business of the Year awards.

Emma Jones, CEO, Enterprise Nation, judge for the category said: “Growing ahead of forecast,
NetPay has picked up some major brands as clients which demonstrates a need for its awardwinning
and innovative functionality. A committed team feels it’s just scratched the surface so
expect to see more of this company that is on a clear trajectory.”

NetPay will also be going up against Elix-IRR Partners LLP, Fluidata, GeoLytix, Inntel – Meetings and
Travel Management, Outsourcery plc, Palletline PLC, Slingshot Sponsorship, University of the West of
England, Bristol and Winmark Limited in the Blackberry Business Enabler of the Year awards.
Simon Feary, CEO, Chartered Quality Institute, judge for the category said: “NetPay has an
innovative approach that challenges the current card payment paradigm.”

NetPay will compete for these prestigious awards, with the winners being revealed at the National
Business Awards gala dinner held on 11 November at Park Lane’s Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Carl Churchill, Managing Director NetPay Merchant Services Limited said “We are thrilled to be
shortlisted for two National Business Awards. We are extremely proud of the solution and service
that we have developed, providing customers with a real alternative to other payment providers “
Britain’s leading businesses, business leaders and social enterprises have today been revealed as
finalists for the 2014 National Business Awards. The finalists announced today represent categories
including the Smith & Williamson Entrepreneur of the Year, Santander Small to Medium Sized
Business of the Year and the Inflexion International Growth Business of the Year. The Ashridge
Business School Leader of the Year finalists and Decade of Excellence winner will be announced over
the coming months, with the Duke of York New Entrepreneur of the Year finalists announced last
month following a judging event in Liverpool.

This year’s shortlisted businesses cover activities as diverse as retail, technology, men’s grooming
products, telecoms, construction, advertising, entertainment, and publishing. Of the businesses
shortlisted, 24% turnover under £5m, 26% turnover between £5m and £25m, 15% over a billion and
10% not for profit organisations. The smallest business recognised has a turnover of just £23k with
the largest reaching £20 billion. Finalists collectively employ over 850,000 people, the smallest has
just one member of staff while the largest employs around 165,000 people globally.

Meet them at the Convergence Summit South –

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine