Sage Power 50 honours Military Veteran Business Leaders as the world counts down to the start of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018
London, 15 October 2018. Pro-Noctis today announces it has been nominated to be part of the Sage Power 50. The inaugural collection of businesses is a unique showcase of 50 leading veteran run or owned businesses from across Australia, UK, US, and Canada.
Nominated for leadership and determination to succeed, the Sage Power 50 is a unique collection of testimony from veteran entrepreneurs on how they built their business against the odds. The Sage Power 50 reveals the challenges, sacrifices and tough decisions that will underpin the transition into business for many veterans; as well as the advice and insight that helps to reshape service honed skills into the world of entrepreneurship.
Phil Kelly, Pro-Noctis Founding Director, said
“we are extremely honoured to have been selected to be part of the Sage Power 50. It’s great to see what the veteran community is achieving in business all in one place, it’s very inspiring. I really hope this inspires other veterans in the future to do great things.”
Debbie Wall, VP Sage Foundation, said:
“Every single story in the Power 50 is undeniable proof that when barriers are removed that prevent millions of veterans from living their fullest life after service—it isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s sound business. We believe that with tailored support, mentoring and early intervention, a new generation of veteran-led businesses could unleash a wave of talent and innovation across the global entrepreneurial community. Together with our nonprofit partners, we are committed to helping more veterans secure a brighter future.”
About the Sage Power 50
The Sage Power 50 was commissioned by Sage and supports our ongoing commitment to build sustainable social, economic and entrepreneurial opportunities in Sage’s local communities around the world through Sage Foundation. For Sage this is the right way to do business.
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The Sage Power 50 was curated with support from:
Prince’s Operation Entrepreneur, a program of Prince’s Trust Canada: www.princesoperationentrepreneur.ca
Prince’s Trust Australia: www.princes-trust.org.au