David Cameron has congratulated call recording innovator, Liquid Voice, on winning the Local Business Accelerators competition – aimed at finding the nation’s most promising young companies.
Liquid Voice will receive expert mentoring from business leaders and advertising in the region’s top newspaper, the Yorkshire Post.
David Cameron said:”It’s brilliant that so many young companies from such a wide range of sectors, are benefitting from this excellent initiative.”
Commenting about Liquid Voice’s success, competition judge and mentor Kevin Hollinrake, managing director of Hunters Property Group, said: “The call recording and reporting sector is likely to surge over the next few years, due to greater regulation and the need to improve business productivity, and this business has the potential to take full advantage of the opportunity.
“They are very deserved winners of the contest and I am delighted to be working with them.”
One Local Business Accelerators winner will be chosen from across the UK to win a year’s mentoring from Deborah Meaden, the Dragons’ Den investor.
Liquid Voice designs its own wide range of call recording and associated products and has seen its business grow rapidly over the last two years.
Chris Illingworth, director of Liquid Voice, commented: “We are delighted to have been recognised as winners from a highly competitive field.
“The judging panel commented on the expertise and ambition of Liquid Voice’s management team which has been a major contributory factor towards our rapid growth.”