NetPay Solutions Group are proud to announce that Carl Churchill, Managing Director, has been shortlisted for the prestigious South Coast Business Award category; Southampton City Council Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
The South Coast Business Awards were launched to reward the best in local business and recognise the achievements of companies and individuals across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Carl Churchill has been shortlisted alongside; Harry Green of Oceanside Logistics Ltd, Clare Carey of Memento Ltd and Christopher Schutrups of The Mortgage Hut.
Carl has a long and successful career in building and developing businesses. Carl started his first business at the age of 12yrs and in 2003 was listed at the top of a rich list compiled by the Royal Bank of Scotland, which predicted he would be worth £100 million by 2020. He was 19 at the time.
Since then Carl has created a string of successful technology businesses. He joined forces with connectivity provider murphx Innovative Solutions in 2003. murphx was acquired by Daisy Group in 2010 a year where the business successfully delivered £45m of revenue with 140 people.
After supporting Daisy Group as part of its buy and build strategy, achieving considerable growth in annual sales, Carl stepped aside in 2012. Following the acquisition Carl set up a new venture in the payments industry, to specifically look at the way people make card payments and the technology provided as part of those services became the new target and NetPay was born.
Carl Churchill, Managing Director of NetPay said “I am delighted to be shortlisted for the South Coast Business Award Category; Southampton City Council Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. It is great to receive this recognition and is a vote of confidence in what NetPay is doing to help UK businesses.”
The South Coast Business Awards 2015 will take place at the St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton on Friday, July 10 where prestigious awards will be handed out to the region’s top firms at a glittering black tie ceremony.