Progeny CEO announced as Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2022 finalist

'Driving economic growth and innovation'

Julia Bahr
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Leeds-based entrepreneur Neil Moles has been recognised as one of the best in the business after being named as a finalist in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

Moles is the CEO of Progeny, an independent financial planning firm headquartered in Leeds. He is one of the shortlisted business leaders from across the nation to have been selected out of over 5,300 entrants. The Great British Entrepreneur Awards, in partnership with Starling Bank, acknowledges and champions the hard work and uplifting stories of business owners across the UK, with an emphasis on their journey and resilience over financial achievements. The alumni has collectively generated over £30 billion in revenue and employed more than 450,000 people and celebrates its 10th annive...

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