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Ignition Law shortlisted for the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards

Alex McPherson

Ignition Law has been shortlisted in NatWest’s Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2019.

The awards celebrate the incredible stories that have taken entrepreneurs to where they are today, regardless of size or turnover. Previous winners include Justin Basini of ClearScore, Adam Ludwin & Dominic Joseph of Captify and Jamie Bolding of Jungle Creations.

Ignition Law is a finalist in the London and South East for Entrepreneur’s Team of the Year for their work supporting start-up and scale-up businesses.

Co-founder Alex McPherson commented: “So many in our team are lawyers who are on the entrepreneurial journey themselves and combine being a lawyer with their own businesses, so they truly understand the unique challenges our clients face and are able to support them on their journey. To have recognition in this community is a great honour and we are thrilled to be shortlisted alongside some other impressive entrepreneurs.”

Co-founder David Farquharson added: “This shortlisting is a great endorsement of our dedicated team at Ignition Law who are passionate about providing the kind of flexible, commercial and fast-paced advice the start-up and entrepreneur community need when growing and scaling their businesses.”

There are 104 finalists across the region in 13 categories including Creative Industries, Disruptor, Scale-Up, Start-Up and Young, as well as new additions; Food & Drink and Health & Beauty.

The National Final will take centre stage during Global Entrepreneurship Week in London in November.

Further information on the awards can be found on

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