Lee Chambers Names Highly Recommended Entrepreneur To Manchester Talent Awards


Lee Chambers with fellow winners Becca Gibson and Mohammad Abby

Lee Chambers, Lancashire-based psychologist and founder of Essentialize Workplace Wellbeing, has been recognized and highly recommended in the Entrepreneur of the Year category at the Manchester Young Talent Awards. Held at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel in central Manchester, the awards are in their 11th year and recognize outstanding individuals between the ages of 18 and 40 who exemplify the best attributes of the region’s young talent.

Hosted by JCI Manchester, this year’s awards had a record number of nominations, with professionals and teams from various sectors shortlisted in the many categories, making the competition difficult and difficult to judge. This year’s judges included some of the region’s most influential businessmen, such as Carol Ann Whitehead of Zebra Partnership, Naomi Timperley of Tech North Advocates, and Lisa Morton of Roland Dransfield PR. The Entrepreneur of the Year category rewards someone who has identified and seized an opportunity to develop their own idea or start a new business. The judges were looking for a candidate who achieved the above through constant effort, resilience and persistence.

Lee Chambers, Founder of Essentialize Workplace Wellbeing, was highly congratulated in the Entrepreneur of the Year category: “This is a moment to remember for us because it was so unexpected. Although we have clients based in Manchester, we were just one of the few companies in any category that did not have a base in the city. Added to the exceptional competition and the gravity of the individuals we were up against, it was a surprise when my name was announced. “

As always, when you are highlighted, it gives you the opportunity to reflect and humbly recognize that not only has someone appointed you, but that so many amazing people have supported you, uplifted you and encouraged you. in difficult times. The fact that I am obtaining regional recognition is more due to my local support network and to these first clients who had faith in a well-being not very sexy but measured and effective. My thanks go to Hannah Matthewman and the JCI team for hosting an event that was beyond what I expected and which showed how talented the Northwest is to build a better future.

As for Lee and Essentialise’s future prospects, they will represent Lancashire at both the Greater British Entrepreneur Awards and the SME National Awards, held at Grosvenor House London and Wembley respectively. He will also present the Kindest Award at the NWEEG Awards at Manchester Monastery this Thursday, as the Director of Sponsors Wellbeing Lancashire.

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