07 May Matt Tydeman receives a Director of the Year 2019 Nomination
Our Director and Founder, Matt Tydeman has been nominated and shortlisted as a finalist for Director of the Year Awards 2019.
Matt Tydeman commented “After an unexpected nomination, to being shortlisted as a finalist for Director of the Year 2019. This is a true celebration of achievement in recognising leadership, management, experience, hard work, passion and drive. I am delighted, humbled and extremely proud to have received recognition for such a high-profile business award and my efforts in business are being noticed professionally outside of our industry by the IoD.”
Simone Robinson, Regional Director, IoD East of England said “We are delighted that Matt has been shortlisted for an IoD Director of the Year Award. These awards celebrate leadership excellence, focussing on the individual’s achievement, the importance of the director’s role in the community and the commitment and expertise which contributed to their success and achievement in business. Matt should be very proud to have been both nominated and shortlisted and we wish him all the best for the regional finals which recognise excellence on the part of the Director – those who have done something special and achieved something very significant.”
The Institute of Directors is a non‐party political business organisation, founded in 1903, with approximately 30,000 members. Membership includes directors from right across the business spectrum – from media to manufacturing, professional services to the public and voluntary sectors. Members include CEOs of large corporations as well as entrepreneurial directors of start‐up companies. The IoD was granted a Royal Charter in 1906, instructing it to “represent the interests of members and of the business community to government and in the public arena, and to encourage and foster a climate favourable to entrepreneurial activity and wealth creation.” The Charter also tasks the Institute with promoting “for the public benefit high levels of skill, knowledge, professional competence and integrity on the part of directors”.